CORRECTED: Health Care Reform Poised To Disrupt Contractor Labor Costs

Law360, New York (August 7, 2013, 5:25 PM EDT) -- As employers brace for the Affordable Care Act's implementation, experts say federal contractors will have to rethink common contracting practices as they face greater scrutiny of labor costs.

In addition to the adjustments all large employers will face under the ACA, such as the mandate to offer health coverage and the new tax on expensive "Cadillac" health plans, contractors will face some unique challenges. Among them, contractors will have to assess how they can charge the government for the costs of compliance.

"There are a lot...
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