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ACA Form 1094-C

Navigating the Affordable Care Act – 1094-C

Welcome back to the exciting and highly anticipated second installment of our “Navigating the Affordable Care Act” series. Today we are going to provide line-by-line instruction on how to properly fill out the ACA Form 1094-C, which as you may or may not remember from last week, as a company-wide information dump, similar to the W-3 forms.

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Posted by Aaron Miller on May 4th, 2015 in Affordable Care Act, Human Resources and Personnel Management


Navigating the Affordable Care Act

Meet the Forms

In 2016, most employers will be required for the first time to report their employee health care participation. Regardless of whether or not you’ve opted to “pay or play” there is still work to be done within your HR department. This is the first installment in a series of articles intended to provide a simple explanation as to how these forms work, their function within the parameters of the law itself, and how they all work together to ensure you aren’t (or are, depending on your business plan) being penalized; and that your employees are either receiving the proper coverage, or are provided with the assistance they have been promised under the law.

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Posted by Aaron Miller on April 20th, 2015 in Affordable Care Act, Human Resources and Personnel Management


The Flex Time Advantage

Increasing employee satisfaction and efficiency, and saving on costs

The times, they are a changin’. Over the past 25 years there has been noticeable shift in what had been a largely ignored employment arrangement: the schedule. In recent studies as many as 85% of employers offer some form of flex time in their organization. What has changed in the past two and half decades that would merit such a drastic change of typical business practices that existed for hundreds of years? The answer is simple: employee satisfaction.

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Posted by Aaron Miller on December 15th, 2014 in Healthcare Improvement, Human Resources and Personnel Management, Our People