With the arrival of the Affordable Care Act, sometimes referred to as “Obamacare,” are you wondering how it will impact your company? As a Human Resources professional, you have got to prepare for the coming changes regarding the new healthcare law. Understanding the complex requirements will be crucial for the welfare of your company, your current position and for any HR or management positions you hold in the future. Get the scoop on tax and reporting modifications, gain an understanding of the law to ensure compliance is met and be able to answer all employee questions. Avoid penalties and eliminate the anxiety with our Affordable Healthcare Act for HR.
It’s no surprise that a new law can bring on stress. Adhering to the reform’s rules can be confusing, not to mention expensive. With so many stipulations for small and large businesses, there are no clear cut guidelines to follow. Our course will not only help you get ready for this year’s changes, but also get a head start on the pending procedures that will be executed throughout 2015 and 2016.
From familiarizing yourself with the Summary of Benefits and Coverage changes, to tax exemptions and the consequences for those who remain uninsured, you’ll learn the do’s and don’ts of the Affordable Care Act. Make the transition easier for you and your company by educating yourself now, before it’s too late!
Has the new law raised questions you can’t answer? We can help. If you want to know more about your options as an employer, or obtain more information about future changes, you will benefit from this webinar. Sign up to take Accordable Care Act for HR today!
What You'll Learn
- New healthcare coverage rules for full-time, part-time and seasonal employees
- Tax credits and W2 reporting of health costs
- Best practices from experts in the healthcare industry
- Strategies for large and small businesses
- Implementation timeline and upcoming expectations
Who Will Benefit
Human Resources professionals, administrative assistants, small and larger business owners, supervisors, office managers, and anyone who handles HR related responsibilities.