Employers May Avoid Hiring Smokers as Health Care Reform Kicks In
As the American Care Act phases in its requirements, some U.S. companies might treat certain employees differently. Under the law, smokers can be charged up to 50 percent more than nonsmokers for health insurance.
By Shannon GreenSeptember 06, 2012
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