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A Job for Employers: Tell Workers About Online Insurance Marketplace

New Jersey's employers are expected to be a key channel for informing their workers about the new health insurance marketplace or exchange, but many are confused about what exactly the government wants them to do.

A Job for Employers: Tell Workers About Online Insurance Marketplace

New Jersey’s employers are expected to be a key channel for informing their workers about the new health insurance marketplace or exchange, but many are confused about what exactly the government wants them to do.

Under the 2010 Affordable Care Act, employers must notify employees about the existence of the marketplace, a one-stop online shop for purchasing insurance and learning about eligibility for subsidies. The marketplace will begin enrolling residents on October 1 for insurance coverage starting on January 1, 2014.

But with 11 days to go until the marketplace is launched, many employers are still uncertain about what they are required to do, according to business experts.

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