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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The employee benefit program is still in development.
This is a highly volatile issue because it fundamentally changes the way Medicare fee-for-services operates and moves it to a model like the federal employee benefit program.
The Employee Benefit Research Institute recently released two volumes containing information on employee benefit programs. The fourth edition of its invaluable employee benefits primer, Fundamentals of Employee Benefit Program, provides the casual observer, the benefits professional, and everyone in between with information on the legal, financial, and administrative aspects of nearly every type of benefit plan available today.
Herronpalmer assists clients as they analyse, model and negotiate solutions associated with sourcing HR and employee benefit program administration.
Gallagher said that Hardman & Howell Benefits provides a range of employee benefit program consulting services for their employer clients throughout the Central United States.
In addition, the companies have created an online application for law firms (the New York Lawyer/ MLX.com Corporate Employee Benefit Program) which allow attorneys and paralegals to conduct online apartment searches of over 5,500 New York City apartments (including no-fee apartments and discounted broker exclusives).
His health care platform emphasized the Federal Employee Benefit Program, which is a defined contribution plan covering more than 10 million federal employees.
It used the phrase, "You can pay me now, or you can pay me later." Congress needs to be shown that a sound, well-balanced employee benefit program does not cost.
Some employer groups are concerned about the potential of extended liability for care from a health care provider under an employee benefit program. Employer groups have numerous motivations for demanding high quality in health care benefits, including good management of benefit funds, healthy employees, and an edge on recruitment and retention by offering employees competitive incentive packages.
Included in these "first day" orders are authorizations on a final basis for the company to continue to pay on a normal-course basis employee wages and honor existing employee benefit programs, pay taxes, and remit royalties to mineral owners under the terms of the applicable agreements.
Scottsdale, Ariz.-based JP Griffin Group is a national employee benefit consulting firm specializing in the design, implementation and management of employee benefit programs.
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