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May 2018
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May 23, 2018

Attorney Spotlight: Lisa Zimmer on Employee Benefits and Retirement Plans

Why did you choose to become an attorney? After college, I worked as a benefits analyst in Washington, D.C. for five years. When COBRA went into effect, I recall asking one of the in-house at...

May 2018
23
May 23, 2018

Can the Plan Pay for That?

That is a question we are regularly asked. Benefit plans are not free. A bill arrives and either the company or the plan has to pay. Can the bill be paid using plan assets? Rest assured that the go...

May 2018
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May 23, 2018

Court of Appeals May Have Opened Door for Employees Fired for Timecard Falsification

Imagine terminating an employee for timecard falsification. The employee denies falsifying his or her time records, but you terminate anyway. Have you just possibly violated the Michigan Payment of...

May 2018
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May 23, 2018

HR Focus - News Digest - Spring 2018

Spring 2018 NLRB Advice Memo Reminds Employers that NLRA Protects Nonunion Employees - Steve Palazzolo The NLRB has once again reminded employers that nonunion employees are still protected...

May 2018
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May 23, 2018

HR Focus - Spring 2018

Can the Plan Pay for That? Court of Appeals May Have Opened Door for Employees Fired for Timecard Falsification Attorney Spotlight: Lisa Zimmer on Employee Benefits and Retirement Plans Ne...

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