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Employers See Negligible Increase in Workers Participating in Job-Based Coverage
Kaiser Health News Link to more items from this source
Mar. 13, 2014
"[A]verage enrollment grew from 69.1 percent of workers last year to 69.3 percent. Meanwhile, the average percent of employees eligible for coverage grew from 84.9 in 2013 to 85.2 this year.... 10 percent of firms surveyed said they reduced the number of hours their employees worked or plan to do so in 2015, to avoid the 30-hour rule, while 14 percent said they made some other kind of change. 12 percent of firms -- up from about 9 percent -- said they instituted a surcharge for covering spouses who were eligible for insurance through their own jobs, with very large employers more likely to do so than those with fewer than 500 workers."

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