Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Business Insights & Analysis

Companies look for ways to get around health law

The business world has been vocal in its opposition to certain provisions of Obamacare.

Some businesses are doing more than talking. The Wall Street Journal reports that a number of companies are planning to cut employees' hours to below 30 hours a week, which means they wouldn't have to provide health care coverage.

Who is considering this? The newspaper says it includes hotels, certain fast-food and restaurant chains and others that use low-wage employees.

Read the entire story on WSJ.com (a subscription site).



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