COBRA Penalty Cost Employer $1.85 Million

Paying $1.85 million in COBRA penalties would certainly be a wake-up call for most companies.  It was in the case of Pierce v. Visteon Corp., No. 1:05-cv-01325-LJM-DKL (S.D. Ind., June 25, 2013), where an Indiana federal court ordered Visteon to pay $1.85 million to former employees who did not receive COBRA notices in a timely manner (some never received notices).  Visteon wil...
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Employer Responsibility – Health Exchange Notices

One of the final pieces of information that employers will need to comply with the Affordable Care Act has fallen into place.  On May 8th, the federal government released details on the responsibilities for employers to notify their employees of their health coverage options under federal health care reform. Current employees must receive these notices by October 1st; new empl...
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