A San Francisco ordinance has come under fire for requiring most employers in the city to spend a minimum amount every three months on their employees’ health care.
The Society for Human Resource and other employer groups are challenging the ordinance, saying it interferes with an organization’s autonomy to determine whether and how to provide employee health coverage. An appeal of the ordinance is pending in federal district court.
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