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How to determine hours worked for ongoing employees under health care reform

Subjects: 
Insurance--Health,Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,Personnel--Fringe benefits
Status: 
Avail
Format: 
Vertical File
Description: 
4 p. ; 28 cm.
General Contents: 

4/4/2014

Abstract: 
Beginning January 1, 2015, under the shared responsibility provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), all employees with an average of 30 or more hours of service per week or 130 hours of service per month must be eligible for affordable health coverage with minimum value, or the employer may be subject to a penalty. Under safe harbor methods, employers may designate certain periods of time to assess and determine if employees will have 30 or more hours of service per week to be eligible for health coverage. A standard measurement period is a designated period of time used to determine if "ongoing" employees are full time.
Publish Date: 
11/18/2014
Author/Speaker: 
Society for Human Resource Management