Given the infancy of social networking as a widespread national phenomenon, it is no surprise that state and federal courts are just now beginning to address the admissibility of evidence derived from such sites as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Pennsylvania’s “Act 102” has been in effect since July 1, 2008. The law prohibits health care facilities from requiring certain employees to work mandatory overtime shifts above and beyond their predetermined and regularly scheduled daily work shifts.
This article is written for employers who: (i) have a 401(k) plan; (ii) contribute (or have cash flow to contribute) at least 3% to 5% of employee compensation to the plan; and (iii) would like to differentiate the level of benefits for key employees (including owners) from the level of benefits provided to other employees.
The Department of Labor (DOL) has recently changed its longstanding position regarding the allocation of certain plan fees to the accounts of participants who utilize certain plan features.