By Team Ceridian
The 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act was one step toward a massive overhaul of the way U.S. insurers provide healthcare to their citizens. The ultimate goal of the legislation was to improve the quality and affordability of health insurance coverage for everyone, thus leveling the playing field and making for a better quality of life.
That’s the ultimate goal. In the short run, though, one major effect of the ACA has been a greater level of emphasis on healthcare among corporate HR executives who provide benefits. Companies are facing increased pressure to keep their employees covered, and that means more insurance options and open enrollment periods for employees.
Ceridian recently hosted a webinar on this trend, entitled “Delivering Best Practices,” that examined the effects of the ACA on businesses in great detail.
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