Monthly Archives: September 2011

Senate Bill Would End FSA “Use it or Lose it” Clause

The Medical Flexible Spending Account Improvement Act (S.1404) introduced on July 21st is the counterpart of H.R. 1004 introduced in March. More than 85% of  large employers offer FSAs, but only about 20% of eligible employees enroll.  Supporters of the Bill … Continue reading

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Interviewer Bad Behavior

There is a plethora of articles providing tips for applicants in preparing for a job interview; however, there is very little material available on what makes a good interviewer. The result should come as no surprise that there are many bad interviewers.  As a result, … Continue reading

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Department of Labor Update

Every six months, the Department of Labor (DOL) publishes the Semi-Annual Regulatory Agenda to describe upcoming actions for the next six to twelve months, and to report on the status of existing initiatives. Although the agency does not always meet … Continue reading

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