Affordable Care Act Employer's Toolkit

Affordable Care Act Employer's Toolkit

Affordable Care Act Employer's Toolkit

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is one of the most significant workplace laws of the last couple of decades and provides an opportunity for employers to reshape their benefit strategies and may also require a shift in organizational culture. Employers should be developing action plans to ensure they are ready for compliance.

Even with the delays announced in February 2014, many employers are still finding it difficult to comply with the law’s complex requirements. Packed full of practical examples, this free toolkit sets out 7 steps employers need to follow to ensure they are prepared.

The toolkit contains these additional resources:

  • Requirements Under the Affordable Care Act: 2014-2015;
  • How to Determine Applicable Large Employer Status Under the Affordable Care Act;
  • How to Determine if Coverage an Employer Offers Is Sufficient to Avoid “Pay or Play" Penalty Under the Affordable Care Act; and
  • How to Determine Full-Time Employee Status Using the Look-Back Measurement Method and Evaluate Pay or Play Penalties.

Download this free ACA Toolkit, which incorporates the changes from the final regulations issued in February, 2014, to help ensure you comply with the ACA in 2014 and 2015.

Like all XpertHR content this FREE toolkit is produced by our dedicated in-house editorial team, working with our prestigious 50-state network of law firms, including LeClairRyan, Littler Mendelson and Ogletree Deakins.


Affordable Care Act Employer's Toolkit

This free Toolkit contains practical examples and takes you through the steps you need to prepare for the ACA and can be used as a guide to:

  • Understand 2014 and 2015 requirements;
  • Determine applicable large employer status;
  • Understand the affordability and minimum value requirements; and
  • Prepare for new federal reporting requirements.

Author: Tracy Morley, SHPR, XpertHR Legal Editor

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