Topic Archive: Seasonal Employees

Am I Now Required to Include Part-Time Employees in my 401(k) Plan?

DWC | 01/28/20

Facts

As the owner of a beachside hotel, I sponsor a calendar year 401(k) plan for my employees.  In the summer we hire many part-time employees to assist with the uptick in guests and activities.  Our plan has always required employees to reach age 21 and complete a year of service before becoming eligible.  Traditionally, this has meant that these part-time employees have never entered the plan.

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What Common Compliance Issues Should We Be Watching For?

DWC | 03/19/19

Facts

Our company sponsors a 401(k) plan, and we want to make sure we do everything correctly.  We have a great staff and have put processes in place to help ensure we operate the plan in a compliant manner.  With all the moving parts, however, there is still a concern that we might miss something.

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Can We Exclude Seasonal Employees From Our 401(k) Plan?

DWC | 06/5/18

Facts

Our company’s workload fluctuates throughout the year with big spikes during the summer. As a result, we often hire seasonal workers who help us out during the busy times, but do not work during the regular workload months.

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