Wal-Mart says percentage of uninsured workers down
Reuters, January 22, 2008
Wal-Mart Stores Inc has announced said that the number of its workers without health insurance has fallen over the last year after being helped by new health plans. Company representatives also said it will commission a study to better understand why some workers declined health coverage and to identify things that can be done to encourage them to accept it in the future.
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