Pension Protection Act Updates to Benefits Compliance Book

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With basic employment safeguards to communicate to senior management, this reader-friendly summary of federal laws by WorldatWork is essential when it comes to compliance in employee benefit plan design, maintenance and operation.

best, most succinct overview of the Pension Protection Act

WorldatWork recently announced the re-release of Benefits Compliance: An Overview for the HR Professional.

When one mistake in compliance could result in fines, penalties and lawsuits, WorldatWork realized the need for an updated version of this overview in light of the recent changes to the regulatory environment affecting the workforce.

In addition to minor changes to benefits compliance rules, this newly revised title includes a new chapter on the Pension Protection Act of 2006. The chapter, written by WorldatWork benefits practice leader Lenny Sanicola, was called the “best, most succinct overview of the Pension Protection Act,” by author Alden Bianchi, a noted employee benefits attorney.

Other new additions include a chapter on state-level health care reform efforts, a discussion of Medicare reforms including Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit, an updated HIPAA discussion and an overview of the proposed Section 125 cafeteria plan regulations.

With basic employment safeguards to communicate to senior management, this reader-friendly summary of federal laws is essential when it comes to employee benefit plan design, maintenance and operation.

Benefits Compliance: An Overview for the HR Professional. Alden Bianchi. WorldatWork Press. 2008. Softcover. ISBN: 978-157963-182-6
$35.00 USD Member ($45.00 nonmember) | e-book: $26.00 USD Member ($36.00 nonmember)

Media may request a complimentary copy of the book by sending an email to erin.ryan@worldatwork.org.

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WorldatWork is an association of human resource professionals from FORTUNE 500 and other leading organizations worldwide focused on attracting, motivating and retaining employees.

Founded in 1955, WorldatWork provides practitioners with training and education to effectively design and implement strategies and practices in total rewards, including compensation, benefits, work-life, recognition, and career development. With offices in Scottsdale, Arizona and Washington, D.C., WorldatWork supports its 30,000 members and professionals in 75 countries with thought leadership, publications, research and community. WorldatWork administers certification through the WorldatWork Society of Certified Professionals.

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Erin Ryan
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WorldatWork
Phone: 480/304-6824
E-mail: erin.ryan@worldatwork.org
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