U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)’s Health Insurance Marketplace model notices, for employers who do and don’t offer a health plan to some or all employees, expired at the end of May.
Employers can still use the expired notices for the time being, as these forms have been temporarily extended for 30 days, and the DOL has not updated its model notice with the temporary date.
NOTE: After these forms initially expired back in 2017, it took over 3 months for updated forms to be released, so it may be a few months before employers see revised notices this time around.
In 2013, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) required certain employers to provide each employee, at the time of hire, with a written notice informing the employee of the health insurance marketplace’s existence, among other things.
The DOL provides model notices: