This will only force them to hire part time employees which has already began to take place in many small business including the many corporations as well. If the full and part time workers seek to find insurance through direct contact with insurance companies they will come to find that the insurance premiums have risen since last year especially for males. Obamacare promises everyone will be covered but in doing research it shows you have to apply but may not qualify which means you will be paying higher insurance deductibles. Small business will always have the option of not growing their business to avoid paying health coverage but it only hurts the workers.
They reduce local retail employment by 2.7% in every co... ... middle of paper ... ...ecessary income to support their families with good pay and benefits. They shouldn’t have to rely on taxpayers to pull them up when their company won’t provide the basics. When most people hear of Walmart coming to it’s communtiy they are excited because it means jobs. It’s true, they do employ people but they fail to pay them a wage they can live on and this in turn hurts everyone. Taxpayers have to help support families that can’t support themselves with dismal pay that does not feed them or provide them with the basics to sustatin themselves.
The pay that employees get is the price they must pay for low priced merchandise. Because of the minimal pay to employees, Wal-Mart strengthens its’ consumer buying power. Giving the American shoppers the savings they need, Wal-Mart’s has ultimately been them successful. Wal-Mart has potentially wiped out the middle class as an employer, but the employees can now work and ... ... middle of paper ... .... Food 4 less lets the government and taxpayers deal with employee’s financial and medical assistance. Taxpayers are paying the price for Wal-Mart and Food 4 Less.
Small businesses fire or reduce employees to part-time jobs to avoid the mandate of healthcare for businesses over fifty employees. B. Providing healthcare through a business can change a family doctor, which many Americans value with the current system of healthcare. VI. Obamacare hurts more average Americans than it even aims to benefit.
Economic disadvantage is closely associated with health disadvantages. Health insurance in the U.S. is typically tied to employment, with employers and employees splitting the cost. Lower the prestige and the lower wages in the job, the less likely the pay will include a health benefits package. Those who do not receive insurance through an eomployer can apply for Medicaid. However, “the working poor are the hardest hit because the restrictive eligibility requirements for Medicaid eliminate them from the program because, although poor, they earn too much money to qualify” (Eitzen and Zinn, 2003, pp.
Most of the money spent is on regulations, research on medicines and failures of medicines that may have not made the “cut” to be on the market. The basic economic rule in Mr. McGuire’s class is there is no free lunch. The same rule applies here. If people keep going on daily thinking the government is giving free health care they are wrong. Someone down the road somewhere is picking up the tab.
“As states are forced to redirect a growing portion of their budgets to Medicaid, less funding will be available for other state priorities, such as education.”(Senger) Some people that are going to a college could be having problems because with Obama Care it is making colleges more expensive and where you have to pay more money. Most people have a problem with it because Obama is making us have health care. Obama is also taking away our human rights that we have as a citizen.Obama is also making us get his preferred insurance which is what takes away our rights.. It also takes away money for people like landlords. I believe that Obama Care is not helping our community, because it is making some people have less money.
According to the institute of Medicine, stated that lack of health insurance causes roughly 18,000 of Americans death unnecessary every year in the United State but I thought ... ... middle of paper ... ... health insurance our senators, representatives, and our president. How dare they have the very best that we as their constituents pay for and we get cheated out of what we pay for to cover our families and deny the less fortunate insurance. It is time for all Americans to decide it is time to get rid of our present legislators and vote in those that want what we want and prove to us who they say they are. It is time to get rid of those who strangle our government for their convenience. It is for the people and by the people.
At the beginning, these organizations were successful in bringing medical costs down and has made health insurance more affordable than ever. However, the contracts that the HMOs have you sign basically limits the doctor on how he or she can treat their patients, thus putting their job as the physician in the hands of the HMO. As profits began to go up and down these organizations have put more effort into keeping their costs down and have lost sight of actually caring fir the patients they are insuring. To prove my thesis in this paper I will discuss how our senior citizens and the chronically ill have been hurt by recent cuts their HMOs have made. I will discuss the many reports of HMO negligence and the issues concerning the patient doctor relationship.
Balko also uses the argument that the workers willingly work in the current environments. Some of the arguments against sweatshops raised by Americans is the they take jobs away from the American people. In the job force it is becoming harder to find an open position any where. Instead of keeping the factories here the companies are shipped over seas, causing millions of job opportunities for Americans to be lost. Some arguments raised by the United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) are the poor working conditions, low wages, long hours, and children in the factories.