Even fewer respondents in small companies (20%) and mid-sized companies (17%) expressed that same level of confidence.
A majority of human resource and benefits decision makers at small and mid-sized companies (67% and 62%, respectively) indicated they are unaware of the upcoming employee notification requirement about public exchanges. Thirty-two percent of survey respondents from large organizations indicated a similar lack of awareness.
As for being ready to provide the newly required summary of benefits and coverage, 66% of large companies, 50% of mid-sized companies and 31% of small businesses say they are prepared.
ADP recently surveyed more than 800 human resource and benefits decision makers in U.S. organizations of all sizes.Full results of the survey are here.
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