(Continued from page 1) What is becoming clear is the high cost associated with coverage, said Robyn Piper, a health and welfare consultant with Piper Jordan in San Diego. Her large restaurant-chain clients gradually are moving from being overwhelmed by the details in the 906-page law to better understanding the substantial costs and burdens of compliance. “It’s been especially hard on HR and benefits departments — staffs that were not left unscathed by the ...
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