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Polls show that Americans are divided on the subject of the Affordable Care Act (ACA/Health Care Reform). According to Forbes Magazine (Aug. 22, 2012) support for Health Care repeal has ranged from 40 percent to 63 percent since March 2010 and opposition to repeal has ranged from 32 percent to 48 percent over the same time period.
On the other hand, a Reuter’s poll (along with numerous other polls) shows that individual elements of Health Care Reform are popular. For example, such features as the elimination of pre-existing condition restrictions, the ability to cover adult children to age 26, and even requirements that employers must either provide coverage or pay a penalty consistently poll above 60%.
As a result, some aspects of Health Care Reform may be here to stay – at least in some form.
In this program, we take a step towards a meaningful ACA analysis — evaluating what the election results could mean for the various requirements and their timing under the ACA (and which requirements, if any, might be most likely to be targeted for modification or repeal), and deeply focusing on the impact to employers.
Both the President and Congressional leadership will play a critical role in shaping the future of the ACA. This event will help employers understand how the election results could impact their organization and how they can develop a long-term plan for their Human Capital Management strategy – and in particular the requirements under Health Care Reform..
In an effort to identify strategies for cost control and risk mitigation, we will address the following topics during our event:
* Overview of election results – both Executive and Legislative
* Possible impact of the elections on the ACA
* In particular the session will focus on the known and anticipated requirements related to:
o Establishment of Healthcare Exchanges and related employer responsibilities
o Employer shared responsibility (“Play or Pay”) – requirements, alternatives, and risks
o Automatic enrollment
o Non-discrimination testing for insured plans
o Excise tax on high-cost health coverage (beginning in 2018) and its possible impact on employer-sponsored plans today
o The future of COBRA
The content presented during this webcast should not be construed as legal advice. ADP encourages you to consult with appropriate benefits counsel.
Please note that the maximum capacity for the live webcast is 1,001 attendees. Should you not be able to access the live webcast, a link to the archived webcast will be emailed to you within 24 hours of completion of the live webcast. The slides will be posted on the HR.com site as well.
Who Should Participate
Executive Management, Finance Managers and CFOs, Benefits/HR Leadership and Business Owners as well as all HR Professionals
Extra Learning Material
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Human Resources Management
Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
Legal and Compliance - Managing Employer Risk
Benefits and Compensation Law
Healthcare Legislation and Compliance
What You Will Learn
This web event promises to deliver professional insights into the potential impact of the November 6 election on employers specific to the Affordable Care Act. We will discuss:
Who is Eligible
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What is Required to Attend
Participants in the live webcast will need access to a computer connected to the Internet. HR.com highly recommends you test your computer in advance of the webcasts.
Once you register for the webcasts, full login instructions will be sent to you 24 and 2 hours prior to going live. You must run the system test to ensure you can access the session.
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