About Jennifer Carsen

Jennifer Carsen
JD, Senior Legal Editor
Phone: 860-510-0100

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Jennifer Carsen, J.D. is a Senior Legal Editor for BLR’s human resources and employment law publications, focusing on benefits compliance. In the past, she served as the managing editor of California Employer Resources (CER), BLR’s California-specific division, overseeing the content of CER’s print and online publications and coordinating live events and webinars for both BLR and CER. Before joining CER in 2005, Ms. Carsen was a Legal Editor at CCH, Inc. and practiced in the Labor & Employment Department at Sidley & Austin, LLP in Chicago. She received her law degree from the New York University School of Law and her B.A. from Williams College. She is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association.

Recent articles by Jennifer Carsen

  • COBRA Continuation Coverage: Who Pays?

    Most employers are aware that the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) requires group health plans sponsored by covered employers to allow qualified beneficiaries to have "COBRA continuation coverage" in the event that they lose group health plan coverage for specified reasons.

  • Are Workplace Wellness Programs a Waste of Time and Money?

    “Workplace wellness programs cover over 50 million workers and are intended to reduce medical spending, increase productivity, and improve well-being. Yet, limited evidence exists to support these claims,” conclude three university researchers in a newly published study.

  • An Introduction to Cafeteria Plans: Permitted Tax-Exempt and Taxable Benefits

    By definition, cafeteria plans allow employees to choose between cash and a variety of employer-provided benefits without having to include the value of their chosen benefits as taxable income. Cafeteria plans are popular because they allow employees to design individualized benefits programs that suit their own special needs.

  • Are Full-Time Employees of Staffing Companies Exempt? It Depends

    A new 6th Circuit case sheds some light on whether full-time employees of staffing companies are considered exempt from overtime.

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