Employers must inform employees about the following:
The existence of Covered California and how employees can access it.
Potential eligibility for federal assistance if the health plan offered by your business is “unaffordable” based on criteria under the health care law and if the employee household income is below certain thresholds.
Possible loss of employer contribution to health coverage if employees choose to purchase health insurance through Covered California’s Individual Exchange.
Employee notification requirement faqs Under the 2010 health care law, all employers covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act will be required to provide written notice to their employees by Oct. 1 about employees' coverage options through the new health insurance marketplaces, or exchanges. The Department of Labor released temporary guidance on the mandate May 8, including providing model notices and templates employers can use to provide notice to employees.
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