by Norma Shirk, Esq.
Imagine the following scenario:
Stephanie is the HR Director for her company and she's spent years trying to figure out how to comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements for large employers. She works for a company that provides janitorial services to businesses.
The company has issued as many as 700 W-2's in one year but it has a core group of 300 employees who work varying schedules. Turnover is high because few people like working low-paying janitorial jobs. Janitorial jobs are also risky, as when employees slip on newly mopped floors or wrench their backs emptying trashcans. Stephanie fortifies herself with extra coffee to get through the weekly safety meetings reporting injuries.Read More