employee benefit program

employee benefit program

A group of economically useful goods or services that workers receive from their employer in addition to salary. These often provide protection against unpleasant or catastrophic events. Examples include medical and dental insurance, disability income, retirement income, and life insurance.
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Some employer groups are concerned about the potential of extended liability for care from a health care provider under an employee benefit program.
Penn, the home of the nation's first medical school, the largest private employer in Philadelphia, and the second largest employer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, will be using its Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factor Care (CDRF) Management Team to administer this first-in-the-nation employee benefit program.
They are designed to respond to liability which arises out of mistakes in the administration of health insurance, flexible spending accounts, and other employee benefit programs.
It then details tax strategies for a full range of business activities, such as financing, employee benefit programs, multistate operations, capital budgeting, restructuring and mergers and acquisitions.
117, Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Organizations; and planning employee benefit programs, just to name a few.
The SECT was created to fund future employee benefit programs.
Electronic filing, however, can be offered at relatively little cost compared with other employee benefit programs.
Under certain circumstances, an employer withdrawing funds from an overfunded pension plan must pay a 50% penalty tax on the reverted funds, even if they are used to enhance the security of other employee benefit programs.
Her 20 years of experience with the company and its predecessors have proven to be a valuable asset in the development and administration of Willis Corroon Corporation's employee benefit programs.
The guide is filled with tips and techniques implemented by these companies and serves as a reference for others who want to create great employee benefit programs.
The twelve-year-old company pioneered third-party administration of corporate employee benefit programs and leads the industry in innovative and cost-effective management of tuition assistance plans, workers' compensation, pensions, and internal training and education.
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