This in-depth program will cover:

  • A full description of the Civil Union law and what it means for employers both headquartered and with satellite offices in New Jersey
  • What takes precedence? Balancing the New Jersey Family Leave Act against FMLA
  • How to review your existing personnel and benefit policies for potential conflicts
  • When employers currently offering group health plan coverage to spouses may be required to offer the same benefits to partners in civil unions
  • Critical information for employers that do choose to offer group health plan coverage for civil union partners on the federal income tax treatment of employer contributions
  • How the law impacts retirement plans subject to ERISA
  • Guidelines for COBRA and New Jersey 's so-called "mini-COBRA" law for smaller employers
  • And much more!

And, you'll get answers to your specific questions about the new civil union law during the Q & A session at the conclusion of the audio conference.


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