Health Care Reform and the Small Employer
In early 2013, the ADP Research Institute surveyed human resource and employee benefits decision makers in a national sample of small U.S. companies (1-49 employees). Findings show that there is a lack of confidence among both employers and employees in their understanding of responsibilities required by the ACA and the impact on choices. Read this report to learn more about ACA and the effect it has on small employers.
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About This Report: The ADP Research Institute conducted this online survey in January 2013. It includes input from 303 HR/benefits decision makers in small organizations (those with 1-49 employees). Of the 303 enterprises surveyed, 203 offer medical insurance to their employees and 100 do not (data on the latter is not included in the findings in this short summary). The resulting data achieved statistical reliability at the 95 percent confidence level.