These issues are incredibly complex, and no doubt, there is no single answer to achieving a work-life balance. But what is the working parent struggle like for so many of us professionals who are somewhere in the middle of the socio-economic ladder? And what can the average professional think about when it comes to finding balance?
Under the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), employers are not obligated to provide employee benefit plans, but if they do, they must meet the requirements set forth in ERISA. Understand the basic obligations of an ERISA plan fiduciary.
It's readily apparent to every law firm HR manager. The American workplace is changing. Downsizing and outsourcing have strained the once solid relationship between employers and employees, and created a more mobile, more fluid workforce.
Eighty percent of Americans experience back pain in their lifetime and this ailment can have serious implications for job security by negatively affecting even the most dedicated employee's ability to go to work.