If an employee works an average of 30-35 hours per week but is not considered “full-time” by his employer, is that employer required to offer health insurance under the ACA?
If an employee works over 30 hours a week on average, they are considered full-time by law. If the business has over 50 full-time equivalent employees they must offer coverage or pay a fee. If they are smaller then the employee doesn't have to be offered coverage and the employee can use the Marketplace to get cost assistance.
Learn more about the employer mandate.