A new survey shows that despite worries about the health care law, chief financial officers anticipate improved hiring conditions over the next year, according to CBS News. Other media outlets report on Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's challenge to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to visit Seaworld where he says employees' part-time hours have been capped to avoid the requirement that they be offered health coverage.
CBS News: Despite Obamacare, Execs Still Expect To Keep Hiring
Although chief financial officers routinely express concern about the impact of the Affordable Care Act on their companies, they also expect hiring conditions to improve over the next 12 months, a new survey shows. Despite concerns over the expected impact of Obamacare when it take effect next year, the executives said they expect to increase the number of full-time employees hired by their companies by 1.8 percent, according to a new Duke University/CFO Magazine poll of CFOs at 530 U.S. companies (Von Hoffman, 9/11).
Fox News: Rubio Urges Sebelius To Visit SeaWorld Over Obamacare Hours Cut
Sen. Marco Rubio says if Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius wants to observe the negative effects of ObamaCare, she needs to pay a visit to Shamu. The Florida Republican sent a letter to Sebelius Tuesday, urging her to speak with employees at Sea World whose part-time hours are being capped, he says due to rising costs from the health care law (9/10).