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April 2015

Dear Readers,

Failure to comply with the Affordable Care Act and other government regulations took a considerable toll on companies in 2014. According to a new study from the ADP Research Institute, a third of employers said they experienced fines and penalties last year because of such non-compliance.

In her insightful article this month, Melissa Winn details how the penalties often occurred due to lack of awareness. More than three quarters of midsized business owners reported they lack confidence that their organizations understand all the new ACA regulations.

Staying current on the level and volume of government regulation was a top concern of more than half of business owners in the study. One answer to the challenge: the use of benefit brokers. For more, read Winn's article summarizing the research and exploring fixes to the problem.




     Dave Zielinski, Editor
     davez@workforcexpert.com

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Compliance Penalties Hurt Employers' Bottom Lines in 2014

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5 Tips for Solving Conflicts with Workplace Behavior

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Online Degrees and Certificates: What Instructional Designers Need to Know

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