Trusaic helped determine who is eligible for coverage and ensure that required offers are made when necessary.
As a non-profit organization, Hazon operates in a unique fashion. Determining full-time and part-time status for a primarily variable-hour workforce was a task that at first glance seemed rather simple. However, it soon became clear that the organization’s employee class and contribution structure would make ACA compliance a challenge. The reporting requirements of the ACA, in addition to the employee classification setup, amounted to a full-time work load – something Hazon was not prepared to take on. So the non-profit turned to Trusaic for help.
Trusaic helped Hazon make its ACA compliance process more efficient. For instance, Hazon’s payroll platform contained several different files, all of which were in different data formats. Trusaic extracted the sensitive information on a monthly basis and consolidated it into an easy to understand, actionable report. This information helped Hazon in identifying which of its workers were eligible to receive health insurance coverage and ensured that required offers of health insurance were made according to ACA requirements.
“We highly recommend their service,” said Jed Snerson, CFO of Hazon.