HR News Roundup: Labor Hates Healthcare Reform

Organized labor registers its dissatisfaction with the healthcare reform law, stopping just short of calling for its repeal. Meanwhile, as some large employers announce benefits cuts, there's reason to believe they may be outliers.

1 comments on "HR News Roundup: Labor Hates Healthcare Reform"
Steve Sisko (9/22/2013 at 6:20 PM)

So let me get this straight: the author relies on 2 government agencies – one tied to the ACA and the CBO with their abysmal record of predicting anything – and 2 liberal-leaning think tanks? And you go on to admit that it will be 2015 before the real effects of the employer mandate can be determined. But anyway, you go ahead and "conclude" there will be "relatively small declines" in employer-based coverage as a result of the PPACA? Wow! Now this is some objective journalism! Smh And before anyone jumps on my classification of the RAND organization as liberal, go do so simple research about RAND's political leanings.


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