"Who's Employee Is It?" ACA Advice For Staffing Companies, PEOs and other three-party arrangements

 

 

 

 

A few weeks ago, I met with the owner of a staffing company in New York that told me about a conflict he was having with a union regarding who was going to offer health insurance for their 650 employees. The union said it was offering insurance but refused to give any information at all to the staffing company proving that it was done.

At this point the staffing firm thought it had two choices: Trust the union and hope they are telling the truth. Stop doing business with the union unless it will provide evidence that insurance was actually offered. Which was correct?

Three-party staffing agreements like this pose a unique problem for businesses. In this webinar we are going to explore the issues, the law and discuss the solutions.

By the end of this webinar, you will know the answer to these questions:

  1. What is a “common law employer?”
  2. What does the ACA say about three-party employment arrangements?
  3. How much of a fee can a staffing firm charge for ACA compliance?
  4. Who is responsible for ACA reporting?
  5. What are the strategies and pitfalls that every employer needs to know?

The Employers Guide To Obamacare

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is one of the most confusing and difficult laws US employers have ever had to face. It is thousands of pages long and changes constantly. The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that the IRS will collect approximately $130 Billion dollars from employers who fail to comply with the law over the next 10 years. Fortunately, the Employer’s Guide to Obamacare is here to help business owners navigate the minefield.

 

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