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U.S. expats say they’re concerned about access to quality health care, survey shows.
Employees are starting to get sticker shock as additional health care costs are being passed on to them.
About three-fourths of working parents indicated that they would avoid complaining about not having work-life balance.
But few companies likely to be affected by pending decision.
But some companies are now offering coverage to stimulate young workers’ interests in the organization.
Companies choose to limit flexible spending accounts: survey.
Some companies are using a strategy similar to an in-network health care system for medication.
Employers are eyeing exchanges as a way to get younger retirees insured.