Denise M. Keyser and Mark F. Kowal, labor and employment attorneys at Ballard Spahr, recently explained to Benefits Magazine Web Exclusive how employees are being protected in the workplace when they "blow the whistle" on employer activities that violate the Affordable Care Act (ACA). As more of the ACA continues to be implemented, stipulations of the act that protect whistleblowers will grow to include group health plans and health insurance providers that offer group and individual insurance. These protective measures will be regulated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Mr. Kowal and Ms. Keyser go on to explain how businesses will safeguard themselves against whistleblowers.

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