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Frequently Asked Questions
No. Simply posting the SPDs on your intranet is not enough. Employers must ensure the intended recipients receive the SPDs. For example, merely providing employees with access to a computer in a common area (e.g., a computer kiosk) is not a permissible…Read More »
What options do employers have when employees experience pay shortages, where employee wages don’t cover the health insurance premium?
Employers are often faced with situations that result in employees’ inability to pay insurance premiums. Whether the employee has experienced a reduction in hours, is on unpaid leave, is a tipped employee or must be offered coverage due to being in a…Read More »
We have an employee moving from full-time to part-time. Do we need to continue offering benefits?
An employee who regularly works 30 or more hours per week is considered full-time and, therefore, must be offered health coverage by an employer, subject to the employer mandate. If an employee is reasonably expected to work full-time hours, based on determinative…Read More »
FMLA was enacted on Feb. 5, 1993, which means it celebrated its 25th anniversary last month. Even after all these years, it can still be one of the more complex laws with which an employer needs to comply. First, it's important to…Read More »
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