Department of Labor Health Insurance Regulation 

There is a new regulation that requires action by employers with at least one employee and gross revenue of over $500,000. You must provide new health insurance information to your employees by October 1 (according to the DOL website, there currently is not a penalty for being late with these notices).  Some employers received this information from their health insurance provider in the past week. 

Any business that falls under the Fair Labor Standards Act MUST inform their employees about the new Health Insurance Marketplace.  You need to provide this information to your employees whether or not you offer health insurance.

The notice of coverage options can be sent to employees via first class mail or electronically.  You may only distribute electronically to employees who use a computer as part of their normal job function or to those who consented to electronic delivery and demonstrate that they can effectively receive electronic delivery.

You can find more information and the correct form for your situation at: