Study: Most small firms don’t offer health insurance
Washington Post, January 29, 2008
A new poll has found that 77 percent of small business owners do not offer health insurance to their employees. Discover Business Card's survey also found that 39 percent of small business owners said the cost of healthcare has a major impact on their ability to grow. In addition, more than half of respondents said obtaining affordable health insurance for employees was very difficult.
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