How a Plan Sponsor Can Avoid Turning Their Retirement Plan Turn into a H.R. Disaster

Ary Rosenbaum

When it comes to recruiting and retaining employees, salary isn’t enough. Employees also seek benefits, which can be treated as tax-free compensation such as employer-provided health insurance and tuition assistance. One important employee benefit that is often used as a recruiting and retaining tool is an employer-sponsored retirement plan. Too often plan sponsors forget that the purpose of a retirement plan is to help an employee achieve tax-deferred savings for retirement. While a retirement plan is an important employee benefit, the flip side is that a poorly run retirement plan can expose the plan sponsor to liability and become a human resources disaster. This article is intended to provide advice for plan sponsors on how to avoid having their retirement plans become human relations disasters.

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