Compliance Memos: January 2019

DMEC Staff@Work

“Failure-to-Accommodate” Claims Hit Significant Barrier In Exby-Stolley v. Bd. of County Commissioners, the plaintiff resigned due to her belief that the employer intended to terminate her, since it rejected the … Read More

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.

November 2018: Electronic PDF

DMEC Staff@Work

November 2018 Healthcare and Wellness Health and wellness play an important role in keeping employees at work, reducing healthcare costs, and increasing productivity. This issue of @Work magazine features case … Read More

EEOC DISCUSSES ADA AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS

John GarnerDMEC News

In an informal letter, an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) staff attorney has discussed the implications under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of providing greater benefits to employees who … Read More