The Affordable Care Act Look-Back Rule

The Affordable Care Act Look-Back Rule


John Walters, Vice President of Business Development, Essential StaffCARE


The Federal Government has recently established new guidance to the healthcare reform Look Back Rule that will significantly impact Staffing Firms. These changes will drastically change the way employers determine who is considered full-time employees for the purposes of calculating healthcare reform penalties.  Join Tricom Funding and Essential StaffCARE for our September edition of the Industry Insider Series for an in-depth discussion of:

  1. The Look Back Rule   
  2. Period Definitions
  3. Employee Definitions and Considerations
  4. Examples and Suggestions

By the end of this session, you’ll know how these changes will benefit your staffing firm and how you can begin preparing your staffing firm in 2013 for the impending January 2014 effective date.

About the presenter and Essential StaffCARE:

John Walters is currently the VP of Business Development for Insurance Applications Group, LLC, the company that designed and markets the Essential StaffCARE benefits program. John was hired eight years ago as the Director of Business Development, and since taking that position, ESC has dramatically increased its client base every year to make Essential StaffCARE the largest benefits program for temporary agencies in the nation. Now with over 500 staffing companies as clients and over half a million temporaries enrolling annually, ESC has been recognized as one of the fastest growing businesses for Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 for the last three consecutive years. ESC has also been awarded both the Golden Eagle Award and the Soaring Eagle Awards over the last three years from the National Association on Health Underwriters (NAHU).