A recent survey of chain restaurant employers found more than 75 percent of respondents are considering cutting the hours of full-time hourly workers in response to new health care reform mandates. While recent election results may bring change to health care reform legislation, 29 chain restaurant employers surveyed before Election Day expressed concern over commonly used “mini-med,” or limited medical plans for hourly workers, according to the survey by Hay Group along with the ...

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