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Human Resources & Payroll Services
Welcome to the University of North Dakota Human Resources and Payroll Services Home Page. Each member of the faculty and staff play an important role, directly or indirectly, in the education of students and the reputation of the University.
The Human Resources and Payroll Services department is a strategic partner with the University's leadership and its employees, supporting its mission with the design, development and delivery of innovative programs and services. Core services and competencies include recruitment and staffing, employee relations, employee development, compensation and benefits, HR information management and regulatory compliance.
Affordable Care Act (ACA)
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Health Care Reform law, is federal legislation passed in 2010. This new law is complex, multi-faceted and has an impact on both employers and employees.
The new law requires that employers with 50 or more full-time employees offer medical insurance to full-time employees and their children up to age 26. Employers not offering medical insurance may have to pay a penalty to the government. The University of North Dakota already offers medical insurance to benefit-eligible employees.
The Affordable Care Act has many requirements with various implementation dates, but most of the requirements are effective January 2015. As an employer, the University of North Dakota has significant responsibilities under the law. In compliance with the ACA, the University of North Dakota will offer medical coverage to eligible employees for coverage beginning January 2015.
The law also requires that most Americans have medical insurance by January 1, 2015. The law ensures that Americans have access to medical insurance they can afford—whether they get it from an employer, an insurance company or from the government. Individuals that do not have medical insurance as of January 1, 2015, may have to pay a tax penalty.
For additional general information about the Affordable Care Act: http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/index.html
ACA Frequently Asked Questions
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