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N. Penalties

Health Care Security Ordinance FAQs
Administrative Code Chapter 14

A. HCSO Overview
B. Covered Employers
C. Covered Employees
D. Calculating Required Health Care Expenditures
E. Making Required Health Care Expenditures
F. Contributing to Reimbursement Accounts
G. Contributing to the City Option
H. Employer Notice-Posting Requirement

I. Employer Recordkeeping Requirements
J. Employer Reporting Requirements
K. Health Surcharges
L. Retaliation Prohibited
M. Filing a Complaint
N. Penalties
O. HCSO and the Affordable Care Act

 

 

    1. Q: What are the administrative penalties for failing to comply with the HSCO?

 

 

 1. Q: What are the administrative penalties for failing to comply with the HSCO?

A: The maximum administrative penalties for failing to comply with the following HCSO provisions are:

 

 Violation of the HCSO  Maximum Administrative Penalty
 Failure to make the required minimum Health Care Expenditures within five business days of the quarterly due date (30 days after the conclusion of each quarter).  $100.00 for each employee for each quarter that the violation occurred. This maximum penalty will increase each year for inflation.
 Failure to submit the Annual Reporting Form.  $500.00 for each quarter that the violation occurs.
Retaliation against employees.  $100.00 for each person who is the target of the prohibited action for each day the violation occurs.
 Refusing to allow OLSE access to employer records.  $25.00 for each worker whose records are not provided for each day the violation occurs.
 Failure to maintain or retain accurate and complete records  $500.00.

 

 

 

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