Health Care Reform FAQ for Employers
- Does the law require all employers to offer health care coverage?
Find out more about the new requirements for employer-sponsored health care.
- If I have mostly part-time employees, do I still have to provide health care coverage?
Employers with 50 or more full-time employees have to provide health insurance for their employees.
- How can I get help paying for my employees' coverage?
If you’re a small business owner, you may be eligible for a tax credit. Learn how you can earn a tax credit of up to 35 percent.
- Do I have to automatically enroll employees in a health care plan?
If you’re an employer with more than 200 full-time employees, learn about new requirements for enrolling new, full-time employees in health plans.
- Does the new law put a limit on enrollment waiting periods?
Beginning in 2014, the waiting period for health insurance enrollment can’t be longer than 90 days.
- Does the Comparative Effectiveness Fee affect me?
Learn more about the Comparative Effectiveness Fee and how it affects employers.
- What's the SHOP?
Find out about the SHOP, or Small Business Health Options Program, an exchange created that helps small business owners buy health insurance for their employees.
- Where can I get more information about health care reform?
Need more information on health care reform? Visit our Reform Alerts page for the most up-to-date information.