Employees like receiving subsidies from their employers to defray commuting and parking costs, but tax reform—if enacted—could transform this common benefit, leaving more employees without a monthly employer contribution to help them get to work.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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The Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations has adopted regulations interpreting portions of a city ordinance, which if upheld, would...
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The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that employee benefit plans must comply with a previously delayed final rule...
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Like previous Republican-backed bills, the Graham-Cassidy measure would eliminate penalties imposed on individuals who don’t purchase health care (the...
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Employers that require employees to complete mandatory online training must compensate employees for the time it takes to complete...
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A utility company employee who was terminated a day after she took intermittent leave available to her under the...
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