New procedures for processing disability claims, as required by the Labor Department, took effect on April 1, 2018. Employer-sponsored plans that deal with disability claims, including retirement plans that allow early payouts following a disability, should be amended. Even if documents haven’t been updated, prepare to handle claims under the new procedures, benefits attorneys advise.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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An Obama-era Department of Labor (DOL) rule requiring heightened plan sponsor vigilance of investment advice given to employees has...
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The Senate Finance Committee has made major revisions to Senate Republicans’ proposal for tax reform. Senators added a business...
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An employer that claimed it fired an employee for absenteeism was not entitled to summary judgment on the claims...
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The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) supports a moderate increase in the minimum salary threshold above which workers...
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