Employee Notices

How many times have your clients asked you which benefits notices apply to their particular company? At last, your clients can have an easy-to-understand chart outlining the required benefits notices and disclosures that apply to their company size.

Our 2018 Benefits Notices by Company Size Charts fit your clients' needs based on number of employees—the charts are for use by companies with 1-19 employees, 20-49 employees, and 50 or more employees. Download all 3 by clicking on the links below.

Benefits Notices 1-19 Employees
Benefits Notices 20-49 Employees 
Benefits Notices 50+ Employees 

HR360's charts simplify and clarify which benefits notices apply to a particular-sized company, including:

  • Live links to downloadable model notices and other agency resources
  • Who must receive the notices
  • When the notices are due


Employer Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Notice:  

Model Notice Informs Employees of Eligibility for Premium Assistance Under Medicaid or CHIP

An updated model notice for employers to provide information on eligibility for premium assistance under Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is now available for download. Employers that provide coverage in states with premium assistance through Medicaid or CHIP must inform employees of potential opportunities for assistance in obtaining health coverage.


Qualified Medical Child Support Order Procedures:

ERISA requires group health plans to provide health benefits coverage to children of a parent-employee who is divorced, separated, or never married in accordance with the applicable requirements of any qualified medical child support order (QMCSO) issued by a state court or agency. Each group health plan must establish reasonable procedures to determine whether medical child support orders are qualified.

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