Legal Advice for Employee Benefits — 10 results
Written by attorney Beth Lincow Cole, over 3 years ago.
Yearly, or even quarterly, performance evaluations can be an
extremely effective tool for employers as it provides a unique
opportunity to address and document issues related to employee... more
Written by Avvo Staff, over 6 years ago.
law governs many employee benefits, including health care and pensions. Federal
laws include the right to health-care coverage when you change jobs, and the
right to continue... more
Written by attorney Sarah Rose Wolk, about 2 years ago.
Do temporary or seasonal employees receive different benefits and tax treatment than permanent employees?
No they do not. Employee eligibility for unemployment benefits and tax withholding... more
Written by attorney Francis H Koh, over 3 years ago.
What is FERS?
Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS), enacted in June 6, 1986 is
the current retirement system for employees within the U.S. federal
civilian employees. The... more
Written by attorney Gilbert Fisher, about 2 months ago.
Although an employer is typically not required to provide workers compensation coverage for an independent contractor, just because an employer says someone is an independent contractor, or... more
Written by attorney Angelo Campano, over 2 years ago.
In many jobs, employers have written warnings or notices they give to employees who are believed to have violated a work rule. Typically, these warnings/notices have a place at the bottom... more
Written by attorney Matthew Lewis, over 3 years ago.
Texas workers' compensation benefits are calculated based upon the injured workers' average weekly wage, also known as AWW. It is important to make sure your average weekly wage is correct... more
Written by attorney Randy T. Enochs, over 2 years ago.
Iopened up the weekly Wisconsin CaseLaw Express issued by the State Bar and came across a Court of Appeals case for an unemployment compensation appeal hearing I handled two years ago, to... more
Written by attorney John Tucker, almost 5 years ago.
Few people realize that a federal law governs nearly everyone's employee benefits. If you work for a private employer and have any type of group insurance or retirement plan, a law called... more
Written by attorney Jon L Gelman, almost 6 years ago.
Work is a "neutral risk" A licensed practical nurse who suffered from preexisting pulmonary disability was permitted to recover benefits against her employer when a co-employee sprayed... more
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