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ObamaCare - Is it my job?

Topic:
ObamaCare - Is it my job?
Date:
June 17, 2013 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Anthony Presley, Founder(TimeForge)
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Description
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), or ObamaCare for short, is going to change how individual stores are managed for Human Resource, Operations, and Information Technology managers.

Ensuring compliance with the ACA is creating new and challenging endeavors for every role in the organization with the need to track staffing and scheduled hours, ensure proper coverage for the business, determine the right mix of full time and part time staff members, and decide whether it's right to pay or play with shared responsibility.

HR staff will need to adapt to the new reporting requirements to maintain compliance with the act. This includes new reporting processes, maintaining minimal insurance programs, and deciding whether to provide overtime to staff members or to hire new staff.

Operations and store managers will need to ensure that the right staffing mix is available for work, while keeping turnover to a minimum. Improper scheduling or poor management of absences and time-off requests will quickly lead employers into an area where they need to provide health care for staff members that they otherwise would not need to provide.

IT managers will need to provide the toolset to allow HR and operations personnel to perform their jobs with real-time information. Data that lags until payroll is processed might be to late to be actionable. Ensuring effective accommodations for the ACA with require a pro-active approach to labor.

Compliance with ObamaCare is not just an “HR problem”, but the responsibility to notify everyone of their roles will likely fall into a “shared responsibility” with HR, operations, and IT, so it's important that you understand where everyone should fit in.

Make sure everyone in your organization knows their role in the new and changing landscape!
Who Should Participate
Anyone in the US working with and around ObamaCare.
What You Will Learn
Rediscover roles within the information technology, human resource, and operations business groups to face ObamaCare head-on and ensure that the entire business group is ready for the upcoming changes. Communication will be key, as will be an understanding of roles and responsibilities.
Recommended Resources
  • IRS.gov
  • heathcare.gov
  • TimeForge.com
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