The Affordable Care Act may be the law of the land but that doesn’t mean it isn’t  causing headaches for benefits professionals. In a survey released this week by Keas, 2% of HR pros surveyed said their biggest concern about the ACA, once it’s up and running, is that they won’t want to work in HR anymore.

The No. 1 concern, meanwhile, is being overwhelmed by employee communications and questions, cited by 39%. Twenty-three percent said they had no concerns about ACA compliance.

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