While the expanded definition of fiduciary that went into effect on June 9, 2017 remains in place, the Department of Labor (DOL) has extended the effective date for “prohibited transaction exemptions” along with temporary enforcement relief until July 1, 2019. Notwithstanding this delay, plan participants can sue retirement plan fiduciaries for breaches of their responsibilities, and plan sponsors should continue to focus on compliance by reviewing their investment education materials and conducting fiduciary training sessions.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
Janet L. Heins||Communication, Compensation Communication, News, Overtime Pay, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
Wage and hour laws don’t take a holiday. Make sure you comply with requirements on seasonal bonuses, time-keeping, staffing...
Janet L. Heins||Communication, Compensation Communication, Executive Compensation, News, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
As the new CEO pay ratio disclosure requirements take effect this year for publicly traded companies, bringing an unfamiliar...
Janet L. Heins||News, Relationship Management, Wellness Benefits, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
To provide their workers with healthy food, pioneering employers are sponsoring community-supported agriculture programs that allow employees to prepay...
Janet L. Heins||Communication, Compensation Communication, News, Termination, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
Evidence of an employer’s internal communications regarding an employee’s poor performance, made prior to the employee’s complaint about his...
Janet L. Heins||Contracts and RFPs, News, Overtime Eligibility and Exemptions, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
A case decided by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals potentially has opened new paths of liability for...
Janet L. Heins||Educational Assistance, News, Relationship Management, Retirement and Financial Planning, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
Employers that are launching a student-loan repayment benefit can gauge enrollment numbers and overall costs before rolling out a...
Contact – 262-241-8444
Contact the Attorneys of H.E.L.P. – Heins Employment Law PracticeEmployment Law Practice LLC for a Free Initial Phone Consultation. We serve EMPLOYEES AND PLAINTIFFS ONLY in Milwaukee, Whitefish Bay, Fox Point, Shorewood, River Hills, Hartford, Elm Grove, Pewaukee, Lake Geneva, Merton, West Bend, Brookfield, Waukesha, Menomonee Falls, Germantown, Fond Du Lac, Appleton, Manitowoc, Cedarburg, Port Washington, Grafton, Sheboygan, Green Bay and Madison Wisconsin on employee discrimination, retaliation, harassment, FMLA (Family Leave Medical Act), and employee rights.
We do not represent any employers, so you can be sure there will never be a conflict of interest. We can represent employees of private companies and federal employees all of the way to the Wisconsin Supreme court and beyond all of the way to U.S. Supreme Court if necessary.
Wisconsin Employment Attorneys Serving the Greater Milwaukee Area and Wisconsin For free consultation* or to set up an appointment with our team of dedicated employment law attorneys:
Contact our law firm online, Call our office at 262-241-8444 or Toll free at 866-241-8444
H.E.L.P. – Heins Employment Law PracticeEmployment Law Practice
1001 West Glen Oaks Lane, Suite 103
Mequon, WI 53092
*There is no charge for your initial phone consultation.