Starting in January, companies employing 50 to 100 workers face complicated and seemingly contradictory new Obamacare rules that will affect what kind of insurance they offer and how much they and their workers will pay for it. Many of the affected businesses are family-run establishments that don’t have human resources departments.
Starting in January, companies employing 50 to 100 workers face complicated and seemingly contradictory new Obamacare rules that will affect what kind of insurance they offer and how much they and their workers will pay for it. Many of the affected businesses are family-run establishments that don’t have human resources departments. Neil Nakahodo Kansas City Star file illustration
Starting in January, companies employing 50 to 100 workers face complicated and seemingly contradictory new Obamacare rules that will affect what kind of insurance they offer and how much they and their workers will pay for it. Many of the affected businesses are family-run establishments that don’t have human resources departments. Neil Nakahodo Kansas City Star file illustration

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