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Employers are less concerned this year about offering health coverage to full-time employees than in previous years, due in part to increasing familiarity with requirements under the Affordable Care Act, a recent survey of brokers says.

In its third year issuing a survey to gauge employers’ experiences with the ACA, Zywave says offering coverage to full-time employees was listed as a major concern for only 12% of respondents, down from nearly 60% in the previous two years. Zywave legal content director Erica Storm says in a statement, “This dramatic decrease is a striking example of the evolution of the ACA’s impact on employers. As more guidance is issued, and employers become familiar with the requirements and make and implement their plans, deciding whether or not to offer coverage to full-time employees becomes a more manageable task.”

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