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Sunday, September 11, 2005


That does not sound like anything good - just seems that the companies seek more ways to reduce the salaries at the expense of other excuses.

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Although these items may benefit the employee and enhance the employment relationship, they are statutorily mandated and every employer must provide these items and therefore they are not a fringe benefits.

If an employer decides to remove your fringe benefit, is it considered a reduction in compensation?

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