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Dec 2000
December 05, 2000

Do You Really Save Money Using a Prototype Retirement Plan?

Retirement plans must be in writing. The two major types of plan documents are: (i) a plan sponsored by an organization for adoption by its members or customers (called a “prototype&rdqu...

Nov 2000
November 01, 2000

Taming the Computer Beast: Why It Is Important to Have an E-mail Policy

Few things have impacted American business like the development of computer technology. Like many advances, however, the computer can be both a tremendous asset and a destructive force. It is imper...

Oct 2000
October 05, 2000

Obligations to Third Parties Under MiOSHA

Employers know that the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act ("MiOSHA") imposes a duty on them to provide a safe workplace to their employees. MiOSHA, however, also imposes a duty ...

Oct 2000
October 04, 2000

Discipline of Employees for Off-Duty Misconduct

Two hourly employees leave work and head to the local watering hole. After a couple of beers, an argument begins and the two end up in a fight. Both are arrested and charged with disorderly conduct...

Sep 2000
September 05, 2000

Will Automatic Enrollment Improve Participation in Your 401(k) or 403(b) Plan?

Many 401(k) plans provide matching credits of 25%, 50% or even 100% per year, plus investment returns. That offer should be too good to pass up. Yet many employees do not take advantage of it. Low ...

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