It’s the single most controversial law passed by Congress in the last 10 years. Business groups spent hundreds of millions of dollars to defeat it in Congress and to have it overturned in the courts. But now, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the law.
Employer-sponsored health care plans are the source of health insurance for more than 56 percent of Americans, so it is not surprising that the ACA has a significant impact on American employers. That is especially true in California where nearly 80 percent of employers offer health care to their employees.
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Topics: Affordable Care Act, EEOC, Employer Group Health Plans, Employer Mandates, Healthcare, Penalties, Retaliation, Shared Responsibility Rule, Unions, Wellness Programs, Whistleblowers
Published In: Health Updates, Insurance Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
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