University Blames Obamacare for Limiting Student Work Hours

One of the mandates of Obamacare forces employers with 50 or more employees to provide healthcare benefits for all full time employees. In the same Obamacare regulation, they changed the definition of full time from 32 or more hours to only 30 hours.

Once the employer mandate went into effect, many employers began cutting the hours of employees from 40 hours a week to less than 30 hours a week to avoid having to pay for healthcare benefits. On the average, it costs many employers anywhere from $2,000 to over $5,000 a year for healthcare benefits per employee.

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