The Society for Human Resources Management has approached Congress about actions involved in the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

SHRM's letter asked that body to maintain the employer health care system's effectiveness while it attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

The letter, sent to Congress after the Senate passed the budget resolution for 2017 that took the first steps toward repeal, urges the House to keep in place some of the provisions for employer plans under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, such as flexibility and affordability.

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