Employers that offer health care coverage to employees are responsible for complying with many of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Most health reform changes apply regardless of the employer’s size, but some changes apply only to small employers and other changes apply only to large employers. Even employers that do not offer any coverage need to comply with certain requirements to distribute notices to workers or submit reports to federal agencies.
Linked below are two, different, Health Reform Checklists. One applies to Small Employers and the other to Large Employers.
For more information about which employers are subject to the Employer Shared Responsibility provisions and other ACA-related questions, please contact your Account Manager or Sales Executive.
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