EEOC Revises Wellness Plan Regulations

DMEC StaffLegislative Updates

On Dec. 20, the EEOC revised wellness plan regulations by removing the section that permitted incentives. In doing so, the EEOC left employers back in the quandary they were in before. Neither the law, nor the remaining regulations, expressly prohibit (or permit) incentives.

Absence Matters: Compliance Programs

DMEC Staff@Work

Do Your Compliance Programs Measure Up? By Bryon Bass SVP, Disability and Absence Practice & Compliance Sedgwick For compliance purposes, employers need to be aware of the enforcement agenda of … Read More

Compliance Memos: September 2016

DMEC Staff@Work

Proliferating Local Paid Sick Leave, Other Protections Chicago requires employers to provide paid sick leave to employees effective July 1, 2017. One leave hour is accrued per 40 hours worked, … Read More

Compliance Memos: July 2016

DMEC Staff@Work

EEOC Targets Employer Roadblocks to Disability Leave The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in May announced it is monitoring a “troubling trend” that employer disability programs are driving employment policies … Read More