Review employers’ responsibilities and obligations under the Affordable Care Act
Are you concerned about how the obligations imposed on employers by health care reform will affect your business? If so, you are not alone. The government delayed portions of the Affordable Care Act, recognizing that employers would be unable to comply. However, many imminent deadlines in the law remain unchanged. While there are still questions as to how some of the provisions will be implemented, it is important for employers to begin planning how they will meet their new obligations under the Act.
Become familiar with the latest on the delayed requirements
There are various levels of penalties for employers who do not offer health insurance. Even if an employer does offer health insurance coverage, the employer can still be subject to penalties if the insurance coverage is not affordable. Although the penalties have been delayed, developing law may require significant advance planning.
Gain insight and practical suggestions for implementing the new requirements
The faculty will take a practical approach, with particular emphasis on helping employers make the decisions about plan design and compliance strategies that will be critical in limiting the cost and burden of the new obligations.