The employer mandate, also known as the Employer Shared Responsibility provisions of the Affordable Care Act, aims to reduce the number of uninsured people in the U.S. by encouraging employer-sponsored health coverage.
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As part of the employer mandate, employers of a certain size are required to track employee hours and offer coverage to employees and their dependents up to age 26 as they b... Learn more
The employer mandate is a two-part test that applies to Applicable Large Employers and ensures that they are offering affordable medical insurance to their eligible “full-ti... Learn more
The employer mandate requires that Applicable Large Employers meet the established requirements for Minimum Essential Coverage, Affordability, and Minimum Value Coverage. Each o... Learn more
If a company does not meet the employer mandate requirements, including offering eligible employees Minimum Essential Coverage and Minimum Value Coverage, they will be subject t... Learn more