Human Resource & Labor News
www.agc.orgFebruary 4, 2016 / Issue No. 01-16
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Wages & Benefits
AGC Webinar Explains Mandatory ACA Reporting Forms; IRS Announces Reporting Extension
Affordable Care Act Cadillac Tax Delayed
Percentage and Earnings of Non-Union Workers in Construction Rose in 2015, While Those of Union Workers Fell
Collective Bargaining in 2015 Yields Average First-Year Increase of 2.5%
Davis-Bacon Training Available On Demand
OFCCP Final Rule on Pay Transparency Takes Effect
EEOC Proposes to Add Pay Data and Hours Worked to EEO-1 Report
HR Professional Development
AGC Announces Keynote Speakers for 2016 Construction HR & Training Conference
Immigration
Homeland Security Issues Guidance for Employers Conducting Internal Form I-9 Audits
Employment Law
Labor Department Releases Broad "Joint Employment" Interpretation Under FLSA
Wages & Benefits
AGC Webinar Explains Mandatory ACA Reporting Forms; IRS Announces Reporting Extension
 

AGC recently hosted a webinar to educate construction contractors on the reporting requirements and supporting forms for the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) Employer Mandate. The webinar, Affordable Care Act Update for Construction Employers: Employer Shared Responsibility Reporting and Legislative Changes, highlighted the mandatory reporting obligations of IRS forms 1094-C and 1095-C with respect to 2015.  A recording of the webinar is available in the AGC Store

The reporting obligations are mandatory with respect to 2015, and forms were originally due to affected employees and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in early 2016. However, just 11 days after the webinar, the IRS announced an extension.     

During the webinar, Mark Levengood, Jennifer Abrams, and Elizabeth Schlax, attorneys with the law firm of Susanin Widman & Brennan, P.C., walked participants through the process of completing each of the required forms and answered questions about the reporting requirements for all applicable employers, including employers that contribute to multiemployer health and welfare plans.

Additionally, the webinar covered the following topics:

  • Which employers are required to report;
  • When must the required reporting be completed;
  • What information does an employer need to complete the reporting;
  • For which employees must an employer submit a report; and
  • How an employer should report on behalf of its union-represented employees.

The presenters also discussed legislative updates to the ACA including the Protect Affordable Coverage for Employees (PACE) Act’s repeal of the “small employer” definition for non-tax related purposes, the recent repeal of the ACA’s auto-enrollment requirement, and the two-year delay of the Cadillac tax (a controversial excise tax on high-cost employer-sponsored health plans).

The webinar was pre-approved for 1.5 general recertification credits by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI).

To purchase a recording of the webinar, visit the AGC Bookstore.  AGC members may access AGC’s online library of ACA information and resources at www.agc.org/aca.
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