Paid Leave Can Contribute to an Employer’s Bottom Line

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Rarely do human resources professionals and employment lawyers contribute to an employer’s bottom line. But the new federal tax credit for employer-provided paid family and medical leave offers a unique opportunity to do just that and help reduce your company’s tax liability.

Compliance Memos: September 2017

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By John C. Garner, CEBS, CLU, CFCI, CMC Chief Compliance Officer Bolton & Co. California Employers Prepare for Higher SDI Benefits California employers may want to adjust their non-occupational disability … Read More

Paid Family Leave Makes Work Flexible

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Popular, Complex New Benefit: Paid Family Leave Makes Work Flexible Some employers are providing paid family leave (PFL) as a popular addition to employee benefit packages, and are finding that … Read More

Compliance Memos: July 2017

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By John C. Garner, CEBS, CLU, CFCI, CMC Chief Compliance Officer Bolton & Co. Supreme Court Expands Reach of ERISA Exemption In June, the Supreme Court overturned three lower-court rulings … Read More