Bargaining – Employee who is collectively bargained.
Non-Bargaining – Employee who is not collectively bargained but is receiving a benefit through a participation agreement such as NEBF or Health and Welfare.
Staff – Employee who is neither Bargaining nor Non-Bargaining but requires access to the system to file reports and to receive payroll and reporting related notifications. Adding an employee as “staff” does not require a SSN.
How do I activate/deactivate an employee
Show “Active,” “Inactive,” or “All.”
Click on employee.
Check or uncheck “Active” box.
How do I elect an employee benefit? (401K, Union Dues)
Show “Active” “Inactive” or “All.”
Click on employee.
Current benefit election will appear in a bluish-purple box.
A checkmark indicates the benefit is effective.
Make election change in gray box.
To make a benefit effective:
Enter the first day of the month the benefit will become effective.
To make a benefit un-effective:
Enter the first day of the month the benefit will become un-effective.
Federated Presents: Estate Planning
If a family member had a serious heart condition that required surgery, we would surely seek out the best cardiovascular specialist available to perform the operation. The same should hold true when seeking advice on our estate and business succession plans. Many lawyers who are general practitioners are adept in handling common legal affairs. But, few of them would attempt to develop a sophisticated estate plan that could provide the specialized legal documents you may need. Just as we would not likely ask our family doctor to perform open heart surgery, neither should we assume that a generalist attorney is qualified to develop a complex estate and business succession plan. Federated is committed to helping family business owners complete this important planning.