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Fortune 500 Employees Can Expect to Pay More for Health Insurance
University of South Carolina Link to more items from this source
Sept. 21, 2014
"Key findings ... include: [1] 78 percent [of the surveyed Human Resources officers] report a rise in health insurance costs (average of 7.73 percent); [2] 37 percent report a rise in labor costs (average of 5.6 percent); [3] 73 percent report having moved or will move employees to Consumer Directed Health Plans; [4] 71 percent report raising or plans to raise employee contributions to health insurance; [5] 30 percent report moving or plans to move pre-65 retirees to ACA health exchanges; [6] 27 percent report cutting back health insurance coverage eligibility[.]"

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