“Most employers are using the IRS’s ‘look-back’ method to determine which employees are full-time… In some cases, an employer may have to keep a part-time employee on benefits for the remainder of their current stability period or the remainder of the current one and the subsequent one. This can be up to a year and a half in certain situations. One way for an employer to partially avoid this is to use the IRS’s month-to-month method; at least with respect to salaried personnel.” Read the full article by Craig Gottwalls, Esq., Benefit Revolution.