The Affordable Care Act’s Rules for Measurement and Waiting Periods: What Is the Difference and What Are the Risks?

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You’ve determined you’re a large employer covered by the ACA and examined its requirements and potential penalties, but you’re not done yet, attorneys Wendy K. Voss and Jesse L. Noa of Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP say in this BNA Insights article, Part III of a three-part series.

Employers should be aware of the different time limitations for the Waiting Period and Shared Responsibility regulations promulgated under the act and the potential consequences tied to each, the authors write. Now is the time to create a healthy compliance strategy for 2015 and 2016, they advise.

Originally published in Bloomberg BNA's Daily Labor Report, 95 DLR I-1, 05/16/2014.

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