In 2018, Congress passed legislation and the IRS issued proposed regulations relaxing the requirements for 401(k) plan hardship distributions. In this podcast, David Rosner and Taylor Bracewell follow up on their earlier blog and discuss the previous hardship distribution requirements and how the new guidance will affect 401(k) plans and participants.
In this episode of our Third Thursday series, Ruthie Goodboe is joined by Luther Wright, Jr. to discuss strategies employers can use to respond to issues of race, social injustice and other difficult subjects. Our speakers address barriers to healthy communications, proactive actions employers can take, and how to employees can engage on an individual level.
During the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, everyone’s “normal” has been changed. Dealing with broken routines, remote work and relationships, and lots of uncertainty can cause mental health and wellness challenges for attorneys and business professionals. Listen to this podcast for a discussion of tips and insights for maintaining positive thoughts and practices during this unprecedented time.
In this episode of the Third Thursday podcast, Ruthie Goodboe discusses labor considerations as employers return employees to work, including collective bargaining agreements, employee refusal to work, and navigating the post COVID-19 landscape.