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Some Employers Need to Start ACA Measurement Periods
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Proposed Rule Clarifies Employer Mandate Calculations
Coverage 'Threshold' Causes Concern
Part-Time Benefits: A Moving Target
Guidance on Full-Time Employees, 90-Day Waiting Period Limit
Challenges for Industries Reliant on Part-Timers
HR Q&A: How does reform impact part-time employees?
HR Q&A: How do we determine average hours worked for benefits plan eligibility?
HR Q&A: Will seasonal full-time employees have to be provided health care coverage beginning in 2014 to avoid the penalties?
Health Care Coverage of Part-Time Employees Raises New Tracking Issues
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