The Affordable Care Act (ACA) health care reform law required employers to begin notifying employees on March 1 about the availability of state-based exchanges as an option for buying health insurance. But acknowledging the obvious—that the state exchanges are nowhere near ready to go live—the Department of Labor has temporarily rescinded the notice requirement.
Look for a new compliance date to be released sometime this summer, to coordinate with fall open enrollment calendars. Read the official word here.
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