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U.S. Dept. of Labor Case Study Bobby Jones HRM 533 December 2, 2012 Abstract Career One Stop is an online tool sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. This online tool can be utilized as a pathway to success. This tool gives useful information via online to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals. Some tools that can be utilized per the website are Wages and Salaries, Unemployment Insurance Information, Pay for Education and Training and Benefits. This site is truly a One Stop Center because it has information for everyone the employee, the job seeker and the company (Career One Stop ). Keywords: Tool, job seekers, businesses pathway Describe the major features of this website and how each can be used…show more content…
FMLA leave is not considered a qualifying event under Cobra. A Cobra qualifying event can occur in an instance when an employer’s obligation to maintain health benefits under FMLA cease. An example of this is when an employee has intent of not returning to work. Further information can be provided by going to your nearest Wage and Hour Office or through the telephone directory under U.S Government and U.S. Department of Labor (Frequently Asked Questions Cobra Continuation Health Coverage). Explain how employers could verify that their employee benefits comply with all federal laws by using this resource. Employers can use the reference material found on the Department of Labor website called Find It By Audience-Employer to verify that their employee benefits comply with all federal laws. The first place an employer would want to start in order to understand which laws affect them as an employer is compliance assistance information and resources. Under the website subheading, Help Navigating Department of Labor Laws and Regulation it gives a general definition of compliance assistance. It states, that compliance assistance is an important part of the Department’s effort to protect the wages, health benefits, retirement security, employment rights, safety, and health of American’s workforce
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