Senate Health Bill Wins Corporate Favor
While millions would become uninsured if the bill became law, group health plans would mostly benefit, observers say.
Health Care: Whatever Happens, Most Companies Will Stand Pat
Companies say they'll still adhere to many ACA provisions, even if federal government policies allow them not to.
ACA Is a Drain on Corporate Coffers
If the Affordable Care Act is fully repealed, employers will surely benefit, says an attorney who helped create it nine years ago.
Uncertainty Flares Again for Health Benefits
Following this week's elections, CFOs are again in the dark about the outlook for the cost, delivery, and quality of company-sponsored health care.
Employers Feeling Pain of Obamacare Compliance
Half of the employers surveyed by Mercer say the additional administrative burden of proving compliance has been "very significant."
Like It or Not, It’s Time to Face Obamacare
With Supreme Court ruling in favor of the government, the "employer mandate" stays in place and companies should start working to avoid the "Cadillac Tax."
Will You Be Happy if Obamacare Goes Poof?
The Supreme Court wields the power to make it happen, but be careful about what you wish for.
Supremes’ ACA Ruling Could Jack Up Health Costs
If the Supreme Court strikes down the law's employer mandate in 34 states, insurers would be forced to raise prices significantly.
GOP Returns to Obamacare Warpath in Congress
A new bill passed by the House of Representatives would allow employers to offer fewer workers health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Capping Hours to Avoid ACA Costs Could Violate ERISA
It's a strategy a lot of employers are mulling over, but liability issues may arise if it's not done very carefully.
TV & Movie Productions Face Obamacare Nightmare
In a business where work forces assemble and disassemble for each project, and non-union workers have been uninsured, cost and logistical issues loom large.