A new study sheds light on the health care benefit participation rates of part-time workers and how they might shift in 2014 when the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act mandates affordable coverage for employees who work more than 30 hours a week.
Part-time workers at large U.S. companies that are eligible for health care benefits elect coverage at a significantly lower rate than full time employees, according to the 2012 Study of Large Employer Health Benefits from the ADP Research Institute.
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