Health care reform could spur small firms to rely more on temps
by Pamela Villarreal and Peter Swanson
October 11, 2011
Source: Small Business Executive
Pamela Villarreal of the National Center for Policy Analysis discusses one impact of the Affordable Care Act on hiring trends.
As the United States recovers from the 2008 recession, many consider any employment growth to be a good sign. But uncertainties about future tax and health care costs could be inhibiting permanent job growth, shifting more of the labor force to temporary and part-time employment.