The U.S. Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration has issued new guidance on the Affordable Care Act requirement that employers provide employees with a notice of their health insurance coverage options available through the future health insurance exchanges. This notice requirement is established through section 18B of the Fair Labor Standards Act, added by the ACA.
Guidance on the notice to employees of coverage options under FLSA §18B – provides temporary guidance regarding the new notice requirements, and notes the availability of a Model Notice for employers who offer a health plan to some or all employees; a Model Notice for employers who do not offer a health plan; and a Model Notice for employers who do not offer a health plan COBRA Model Election Notice.
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