- Mar 30, 2001
I see.What I am doing is blaming ObamaCare for forcing people to get their hours cut to stay under the full time limits.
that is the issue; not what other benefits that they might/might not have based on their work status.
It is that what ever hours that they presently are working will be reduce to allow the employer to not be required for the health insurance benefit that the ACA is requiring.
Whether it be 1, 5, 10 or 15 hours lost per week because of this fiasco is punishing the worker.
So why are you placing the blame entirely on ACA, instead of upper management at Darden?
Is the cost of providing a minimal level of heath care insurance going to eat their profits so badly that they would lose money or drop the percentage of profit they were making?
Or is this just the upper management seeing it as an excuse to be able to cut their labor costs even further by forcing people to work fewer hours and get the same amount of work done and then blaming it on 'Obamacare'?