The new law forces most employers to either provide employee insurance or pay a per-employee fine. Although the impact of the reforms is still not clear, more than two-thirds of employers (68%) say they disagree that their organizations would be better off dropping coverage and paying the fine, says a new Crain Communication survey.
On the flip side, 18% “somewhat” agree and 14% “strongly” agree that their organization would be better to drop benefits and pay the fine.
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