Over the next three to five years, the Affordable Care Act will likely have little impact on the health of the employed population as employers report they will continue to offer health care benefits. However, a large share will find ways to reduce costs through new approaches for the retiree population, according to a new survey from Aon Hewitt.

As the ACA’s employer mandate will continue in 2015 — with some slight delays for organizations with fewer than 100 employees — approximately 95% of employers questioned in Aon Hewitt’s recent health care survey say they plan to push forward with offering benefits for active employees and retirees.

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