Originally Posted by Amnorix
I was having a conversation earlier today with some senior business types who think Obamacare will result in a massive change in how employers handle employees, with many effectively switching to a multiple part-time employee system, shared-shifts (or whatever it's called, when you've got one person who works mornings, and another who works afternoons), all with the goal of avoiding the minimum hours worked thresholds that trigger the requirements on employers.
Indeed. And employees getting physcilly screened before being hired and instead of getting rejected by the insurance company for coverage they'll get rejected for employment.
It's going to become a lot easier to be poor and one of the have nots, that be one of the people towing the line. What's the threashold most people are willing to endure before they say "**** it" and become part of the problem?
I'm guessing just about everyone whose income rides in the under ~ $25k per year. That's only about 30% of the country though so nothing to worry about.
God bless bum **** barry!