(Continued from page 2) The high price tag could likely make employees balk, too, according to employers like Bower, who puts the cost to eligible Popeyes employees at $130 per month. “Right now we offer a mini medical plan to all hourly employees, and their contribution is $10 a month,” he said, noting that Popeyes contributes $36.60 each month toward an hourly employee’s insurance. “Even at that cost, only 5 percent of our hourly employees ...

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