§ 28-46-6. Compromising non-vested pension benefits.
(a) As part of the investigation of an employer, the director shall determine the amount of non-vested pension benefits which have been compromised or settled to his or her satisfaction.
(b) Non-vested pension benefits may be compromised or settled by:
(1) Agreement between the employer and employee which is mutually understood by both parties to be a complete and final satisfaction of those benefits; or
(2) A provision in a collective bargaining agreement to which both the employer and employee are a party concerning the disposition of pension benefits in case the employer ceases to operate a place of employment or providing a benefit to the employee contingent upon the employer ceasing to operate a place of employment.
(P.L. 1974, ch. 295, § 1.)