the ACA hasn't "forced" any businesses to cut hours, that's a choice. Take Loren Goodridge, the example business owner given in the article you provided, it's his choice to be a greedy POS - bringing in around 100k per franchise (the estimated profit for a low volume Subway franchise), per year in outright profit (times 17 franchises). Even if his premium costs shot up 5-10%, it would only cost him around 200-250k more per year (by not cutting the hours of those 50 employees). This is just another rich jackass, more concerned with making his point and keeping his money, than the welfare and happiness of his own employees.
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