Fearing that some advisors to retirement plans evade their responsibilities, the feds are considering taking a second look at the definition of a fiduciary.
The recession has provided some painful lessons for workers on all levels — even CFOs.
Plan sponsors who wish to participate in the early retiree reinsurance program better act now.
Pay reductions, exempt v. non-exempt employees, independent contractors — all those issues have created a legal minefield for employers. And more people are waiting for you to take one wrong step.
Health reform made it possible for small employers to receive a tax credit for the health premiums they pay for their workers — and the feds just released key info employers need to calculate their credits.
Most employers (61%) plan to tinker with their retirement plans in the next 18 months. Want to know what they’re doing — and why?
The Internet’s a great business tool, right? Well, yes and no. A new lawsuit illustrates how former employees could use social networking sites to steal your customers — and your staff.
You’ve heard about the employer who got nailed for looking at an employee’s e-mails to her lawyer — even though the messages were sent on her company-issued laptop. Now the Supreme Court is mulling a case that could determine how far companies can go in writing policies to control employees’ use of work-issued communications devices.
We all need that little something to spice up benefits meetings, and PowerPoint is a pretty good tool for that — just not if you believe these common misconceptions: