Employee sticker shock
(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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