David Borris, owner of Hel's Kitchen Catering in Northbrook, Ill., stands in his company's kitchen. Borris said the health law doesn’t affect his hiring. He employs 25 full-timers and up to 80 others during the busy holiday party season. He has offered insurance for full-time workers since 1990 and believes the law has stabilized what he pays for insurance premiums. Borris, whose suburban Chicago company is too small to fall under the law’s mandate, argues that health benefits attract good workers.
David Borris, owner of Hel's Kitchen Catering in Northbrook, Ill., stands in his company's kitchen. Borris said the health law doesn’t affect his hiring. He employs 25 full-timers and up to 80 others during the busy holiday party season. He has offered insurance for full-time workers since 1990 and believes the law has stabilized what he pays for insurance premiums. Borris, whose suburban Chicago company is too small to fall under the law’s mandate, argues that health benefits attract good workers.
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published Tuesday, January 21st, 2014
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