Employers are generally not required to provide any type of fringe benefits to their employees. Many employers however do provide various types of benefit programs to help them attract and retain the best possible employees. If the employer does elect to provide benefit programs, they must be administered fairly without discriminating against any particular group of employees. Common employer benefits that are not required, but are typically matters of agreement between an employer and an employee (or the employee's representative) include:
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