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Employer Health Insurance

Jeffrey Young

Companies Predict Small 2015 Health Cost Rise -- With A Catch

HuffingtonPost.com | Jeffrey Young | Posted 08.13.2014 | Business

Large employers expect their health care expenses to rise a modest amount next year, but they plan to continue requiring workers to pay a growing shar...

Should Overweight People And Smokers Pay More For Insurance?

The Huffington Post | Katherine Bindley | Posted 02.22.2013 | Small Business

Should the costs of the health benefits employees get through their employers be affected by how healthy -- or unhealthy -- their lifestyles are? M...

UPDATE: Radical Health Care Plan Changes Coming For Some Workers

Posted 09.27.2012 | Business

Two major employers are offering workers more control over their health benefits, a switch that could mean less coverage. Sears and Darden Restaur...

Heritage Gets It Wrong on 'Coverage up to 26'

Rory O'Sullivan | Posted 08.27.2012 | Politics
Rory O'Sullivan

After decades of letting a flawed market work alone, health care remained increasingly overpriced and unavailable for too many Americans, especially young adults.

Why Should Employers Control Health Care Benefits?

Eliot Daley | Posted 05.01.2012 | Politics
Eliot Daley

Why should your employer have any say whatsoever about how you manage your reproductive health? Why? Can you think of one good reason? Your employer, of all people, influencing the most intimate decisions in your life -- could anything be more ridiculous?

Employers Consider Ending Health Benefits

AP | Posted 10.24.2011 | Business

INDIANAPOLIS — A new survey from a large benefits consultant says nearly one of every 10 mid-sized or big employers expects to stop offering hea...

Preserving Employer-Sponsored Health Care Protects America's Middle Class

Rep. Joe Courtney | Posted 09.06.2011 | Politics
Rep. Joe Courtney

Another middle class landmine is buried within both the Simpson-Bowles and Domenici-Rivlin debt reduction plans.

Waivers in Health Care Law Often Misrepresented, Misunderstood

Bob Semro | Posted 08.22.2011 | Denver
Bob Semro

Opponents of the national health care reform law argue that waivers exempting businesses, labor unions and even entire states are evidence that the new law is onerous. Those criticisms are misleading.

Despite New Health Law, Americans To Keep Job-Based Coverage

Posted 08.21.2011 | Business

Even though the number of Americans with health insurance through employers has declined, most will continue to get coverage through their jobs af...

The Worst Companies For LGBT Workers (PHOTOS)

Posted 02.09.2010 | Business

The Human Rights Campaign, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender lobbying group and political action committee, recently released the findings fr...