George Reardon George Reardon
George Reardon is an attorney whose practice is focused on the staffing industry. He can be reached at georgemreardon (at) aol (dot) com.

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Courts Disagree on ACA Exchanges, Subsidies and Employer Mandates


In yesterday’s Staffing Stream, I discussed the decision in the Halbig v. Burwell case by the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals. That decision threw out an IRS rule that ...
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Halbig v. Burwell Case May Bring Down the ACA


Today, the second most important federal court in the United States released a decision that may practically dismantle several essential parts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). If it ...
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Hobby Lobby Case Lets Closely Held Firms Avoid Religiously Objectionable ACA Mandate


Today, the United States Supreme Court, by a 5-4 vote along strict conservative/liberal lines, confirmed that for-profit closely held corporations are protectable under the Religious ...
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Reasons to Consider “Paying” Instead of “Playing”


Many commercial staffing firms say that they will resolve the “pay or play” decision mandated by the Affordable Care Act by “playing” — beginning to offer comprehensive ...
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The First Big Shoe Drops Under the ACA


Yesterday, the Internal Revenue Service published 277 pages of final regulations on the “employer mandate” of the Affordable Care Act. It is the first of two ACA “big shoes” ...
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The Skinny on Skinny Plans: Part 2


Last week, I gave a brief overview of the concept of “skinny” healthcare plans, a middle-of-the-road option for staffing firms to offer their temps. This week I address the risks ...
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The Skinny on Skinny Plans


The Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate may have been delayed by a year, but come 2015, staffing firms will have had to decide whether to offer insurance or pay the penalties. ...
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Is the ACA 12-Month Look-Back Actually More Like Three Months?


The penalties and discrimination rules of the Affordable Care Act are prompting many staffing firms to consider offering to all full-time temporary employees the comprehensive health ...
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Why I Think “Eleemosynary” (Non-Profit) Staffing Doesn’t Work


It’s not every day that one gets to use the word eleemosynary, but it probably got the attention of a lot of readers. “What the heck is that?” “Could I be one of those without ...
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Blast from the Past – Trust and Personal Dealings in Staffing


In the early decades of the temporary help business (when the terms “staffing” and “contingent” hadn’t yet been invented), most placements were done on a the equivalent of ...
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