Watching out for your workforce often means having to protect the business at the same time you are working to attract top-notch talent and provide quality benefits. At the same time, the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service are also increasing their enforcement efforts with employee benefit plans and compliance.
It is important to keep in mind key events or triggers in your business when you should seek legal help. Examples can include:
Brown & Ruprecht Employee Benefits attorneys work with clients to provide advice for all types of benefit programs, including health and welfare programs, flexible benefit or cafeteria plans, executive incentive, stock option and stock purchase programs, and qualified pension, profit sharing, stock bonus, 401(k) and employee stock ownership plans.