The IRS has released draft versions of 4 ACA forms that relate to reporting information about health care coverage and costs for employers!
The lessons: pay your workers the wages they’re due, you don’t have to accommodate an ADA leave longer than 6 months and be nice to moms.
The staffing industry tends to involve a lot of Variable employees. We’ll discuss who they are and where they stand with the ACA.
At the ASA Staffing Law Conference, one of the hottest topics was the employer mandate part of the ACA. What makes a Large Employer?
When deciding whether to offer insurance, it helps to know how many people you’d have to cover. We’ve got a report for that!
Earlier today, the US Treasury Department announced two major modifications to the “employer” end of the Affordable Care Act: Businesses that employ 50-99 full-time equivalent workers (FTEs) will have until Jan. 1, 2016, to offer minimum coverage (or pay a fine). This is a delay of 1 year. Businesses that employ 100 or more workers will still […]
The pay-or-play employer mandate portion of the ACA won’t kick in until 2015, but there’s still plenty for employers to do in the meantime.
The “employer mandate” portion of the Affordable Care Act has been delayed until Jan. 1, 2015. This is great news for the staffing industry!
In addition to the time-saving features built into the software itself, COATS’s partners can save you time and boost your business, too.
The 2012 election results delighted some folks, but dismayed most staffing firm owners, largely because it means that the Affordable Care Act will become the law of the land.
A look ahead to IRS guidelines, a look even farther ahead to essential health benefits and a squinty look at type in an email.
In which we welcome you to Tax Month, and provide a fantastic write-up of the Supreme Court health-care reform case from John of Essential StaffCARE.
While we wait for the Supreme Court to rule on health care reform, there’s some good news for staffing firms… and some bad news for law firm employees who like to wear orange.
We’re finishing up a month of discussing the legal aspects of staffing with two quick hits on current issues in federal legislation that can affect your business.
Recent changes brought about through legislation and economic circumstances can affect staffing firms more than other businesses. Today, we’re examining one of the biggest issues for any business: health insurance.
We look at a couple of recent news items that affect staffing companies: the slight relaxing of IRS requirements for reporting health costs on W2s and a survey that indicates a whole lot of people want to leave their jobs.
Last Thursday, we were honored to host a webinar presented by Essential StaffCARE, “The Impact of Health Care Legislation on Staffing.” Aaron Lesher of Essential StaffCARE has posted the slides and audio from the webinar.
If you tried to register for the webinar but were told it was full, or you can’t make it on Thursday, don’t worry. We’ll be posting the slides and audio online a week or two after we’ve completed the webinar (watch this space for the details).
You’re probably feeling a little overwhelmed, confused and anxious about health care reform. We promise you, your in-house employees feel the same way, only more so.
COATS and Essential StaffCARE are teaming up to present this webinar on a topic that’s been on everyone’s minds lately.