Extended health care plans normally consist of short-term disability and long-term disability benefits. When an individual sustains an injury or
With the rise of the MeToo movement, companies have been forced to re-examine how they litigate and settle allegations of sexual harassment in the
As you may have heard (and certainly your employee benefit plan colleagues have heard), last year the U.S. Department of Labor amended the benefit
Figuring out what deductions from an employee’s wages are permitted and prohibited under the law is a quandary. May an employer deduct an employee’s
On August 10, Governor Baker signed into law “An Act Relative to Job Creation and Workforce Development” (H. 4569). This economic development
In October 2011, California Governor Jerry Brown approved 22 new employment laws which will impact employers with employees in California.
The Affordable Care Act’s beleaguered long-term care program has been officially abandoned due to its lack of financial sustainability
Your employee is required to pass a drug test before being assigned to another company's worksite.
The British Columbia Court of Appeal recently confirmed the legal test for prima facie discrimination in the context of an employee’s request to return to work after being on disability leave.
As explained in our Legal Update Superannuation funds: tax deductibility of TPD insurance premiums cut back (14 February 2011), trustees of complying superannuation funds will not be able to claim a full tax deduction for premiums paid to purchase broadly worded total and permanent disability (TPD) insurance covers in the 2011-12 and later income years.