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The Revolving Door: Rehired Employees

Employees come and go. And some even come back. There are good things about second-time-around employees; for instance, they are known quantities and they are familiar with an employer, what it does and how it functions.

But there are complications, too — such as whether they are eligible to enter the employer’s retirement plan upon their rehire date. Monitoring breaks in service and determining entry dates upon rehire can create administration issues.

In the Sept. 16 webcast “The Revolving Door: Rehired Employees,” Robert Richter, Vice President of SunGard Relius, discusses what to do about enrolling a rehired employee in a plan. This webcast, which will be held from 2:00 – 3:40 p.m. EDT, will focus on the legal requirements as well as optional plan design provisions that affect the handling of rehired employees, such as:

  • eligibility rules;
  • break-in-service rules; the one-year hold rule;
  • and forfeiture/buyback rights.
For more information and to register for this webcast, click here. And for more information on other upcoming and on-demand webcasts, click here.