Walmart does provide healthcare for their employees already. That's a half-truth (at best):http://www.forbes.com/sites/rickungar/2012/12/09/walmart-bai...Employees hired after Feb. 1, 2012, who fail to average the magic 30-hours per week requiring a company to provide a healthcare benefit, will lose their healthcare benefits on the following January. ...Of course, Walmart carefully controls employee work schedules and will have the opportunity to design worker hours in a manner that will keep employees at a level below the threshold required to accomplish company healthcare benefits pursuant to the law.
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