Survey: Providing healthcare an increasing challenge for small business
Business Journal of Milwaukee, April 25, 2008
More than half of the small businesses responding to a survey from a Midwest payroll firm indicated that offering company healthcare for employees is too expensive. In addition, the survey indicated that fewer small businesses are offering healthcare than even two years ago. One out of five small business owners surveyed reported having at least one person turn down a job offer because healthcare was not included.
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