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Compliance Corner
March 13, 2003 / (Updated as of November 11,2014)

DOL Summarizes Employee Benefit Treatment for Reservists Called to Active Duty
In response to questions from employers, employees and dependents, the U. S. Department of Labor has posted some FAQ’s on its website regarding the employee benefit plan and related employment treatment required for members of armed services, Reserve, and National Guard units that are called to active duty.

The DOL’s Q&A’s are at http://www.dol.gov/ebsa/faqs/faq_911_2.html

For the most part, these FAQ’s address the minimum treatment that employers and employee benefit plans must extend to the Reservist who is called to active duty. Obviously, some employers may desire to provide more generous benefit extensions than are required by law, so that the military personnel and their families experience as little disruption as possible with respect to employee benefit participation, especially in the area of dependent health care.


 
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