Federal regulators have delayed indefinitely a health-care overhaul requirement that employers notify employees in writing by March 1 about the availability of public health insurance exchanges, Business Insurance reported. Regulators cited several reasons for delaying the reporting requirement, including the intent to set a date that would give employers more time and to coordinate more closely with exchanges' open enrollment. Employers should now expect that the notices will be distributed in late summer or fall, which would coordinate with the Oct. 1 starting date for the exchanges' open enrollment. Read more.