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Wendy's Franchisee Slashes Employee Hours To Sidestep Obamacare

Wendy's Franchisee Slashes Employee Hours To Sidestep Obamacare

Commented Jan 7, 2013 at 15:46:29 in Small Business

“And what did the Democrats think would happen? Low profit per employee businesses which is what fast food is can not afford this nonsense.”

Christina Coad on Jan 7, 2013 at 16:04:16

“Can't afford it?? This man owns several Wendy's I highly doubt he'd be headed for the poor house if he have his employees insurance.”

truposer on Jan 7, 2013 at 16:03:55

“Well I keep hearing Republicans say well if you don't like it work some place else. That is exactly what is going to happen. Eventually companies like this will be hard pressed to find anybody besides a 16 year old that is still in school to work and the 16 year old will have a very limited schedule they can work. It happened to a restaurant (a big national chain) here, they decided to only work a bunch of people 4 hours or less per shift. By the time the holiday season came around they all quit and the management was doing the grunt work because they where so short handed. Jobs like that are a dime a dozen and employee's will go to work for other companies that treat them better.”

CPTEXASMAC on Jan 7, 2013 at 16:01:20

“BOYCOTTS ARE INEFFECTIVE MOST BIG BUSINESS WILL FOLLOW SUIT WITHIN ONE YEAR. THE ONES THAT APPEAR TO HAVE BACKED OFF WILL NOT. THEY WERE THE FIRST SO PUBLIC OPINION WAS BROUGHT DOWN ON THEM. HOWEVER THEY WILL NOT BE ALONE AND FACE IT, IT IS NOT PERSONAL IT IS JUST BUSINESS. THE CEO WOULD WOULD NOT LOOK AT THIS AS A COST SAVING MEASURE, WOULD BE REPLACED BY THE STOCKHOLDERS.”

bamzie on Jan 7, 2013 at 15:48:13

“They can afford it. It might mean their mansion has one less bedroom?”
<i>Sky is Pink</i>: The Best 18-Minute Video Ever Made

Sky is Pink: The Best 18-Minute Video Ever Made

Commented Jun 27, 2012 at 09:01:53 in Green

“Well, any time someone references the Garfield County study like Josh Fox does in this movie without mentioning that it was a study of potential impacts, was never completed and that the data gathered by the health department there so far shows little to no impact on public health it makes me question their integrity.

The movie, like Gasland is full of factual errors.”