The Fast Laner - May 2013


In This Issue:

- Employers Must Comply With New DOL Notice Requirement Regarding Health Care Exchanges Under Affordable Care Act

- DOL Issues Recommended Changes To COBRA Election Notices To Provide Information About Health Care Exchanges

- Federal Court Strikes Down NLRB Posting Requirement But U.S. Supreme Court Likely To Have The Last Word

- NLRB Rules That Target's Policy Banning Employees From Selling Goods Or Services For Commercial Purposes On Company Premises May Interfere With Employees' Exercise Of Protected Union Actity

- Senate Panel Considers 300 Amendments to Immigration Reform Bill, Bill Likely To Proceed To Full Vote In Senate This Summer

- Excerpt from Employers Must Comply With New DOL Notice Requirement Regarding Health Care Exchanges Under Affordable Care Act:

On May 8, 2013, the Department of Labor (DOL) released new guidance imposing notice requirements on employers regarding the health care exchanges that are a key element of the Affordable Care Act. Employers must provide this notice to each employee, regardless of the employee's plan enrollment status or whether the employee is on part-time or full-time status...

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