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What You Need to Know About Obamacare and How Workforce Management Can Help

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What You Need to Know About Obamacare and How Workforce Management Can Help
Date:
May 8, 2013 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Description
On January 1, 2014, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – also known as PPACA, ACA or Obamacare – will impose a $2,000 per employee penalty on employers with 50 or more workers who do not offer health insurance to their full-time staff. While the concept is simple, the devil is in the details and employers need to act now to be ready to comply.

This webinar provides human resource professionals with definitions, processes and strategies to classify new and ongoing employees under PPACA. We will discuss the safe harbor methods for determining the full-time status of employees and the rules for transitioning employees from new to ongoing. We will examine the length of the look-back period and its impact on the stability period, full-time status calculations, and variable hour and seasonal employees. We will consider the use of an administrative period. Finally, we will discuss tools that you can use to ensure that you’re ready to comply on January 1, 2014 and beyond.

Participants that join this webinar can expect to have a more complete understanding of how the Internal Revenue Service defines full time employees. We’ll also discuss leveraging the safe harbor method for determining the full time status of an existing employee. Using that same method, we’ll outline how to define the status of a new employee. Objectives also include determining the status of variable hour and seasonal workers, to ensure compliance as well as a thorough understanding of standard measurement and stability periods, as a means to classifying employees.

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What You Will Learn
  • How does the Internal Revenue Service define a full-time employee?
  • What is the safe harbor method for determining the full-time status of an existing employee?
  • What is the safe harbor method for determining the full-time status of a new employee?
  • How do you determine the full-time status of variable hour and seasonal workers?
  • When should different standard measurement and stability periods be used for different categories of employees?
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Axsium Group Inc

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