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Enforcing Benefit Plans When They Are Violated

Employee compensation in a form other than wages or salaries is commonly referred to as "employee benefits." The law generally does not require employers to provide benefits; however, many employers choose to provide some benefits in addition to wages. These benefits may include health insurance, retirement savings, vacation pay, reimbursed expenses, company-sponsored trips, stock options, compensation for job-related injuries, etc. A claim may arise when an employer does not give employees the benefits promised.

Additionally, employers may not administer employee benefits in a way that discriminates against groups who are protected by state and federal anti-discrimination laws or in a way that is inconsistent with contracts or other agreements that have been made with employees. Employers cannot retaliate against employees who attempt to exercise their rights to available benefits.

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