Employers struggle as coverage costs rise
Miami Herald, October 23, 2009
Hammered by a persistent recession and healthcare expenses that continue to climb, South Florida's employers are responding in dramatically different ways—from offering greater benefits at no cost to asking workers to pay up to 35% more for insurance.
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