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Health care costs expected to rise for employers

Erika Beras Jun 20, 2019
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Professional services firm PwC is projecting that American companies will have to spend 6% more on employee health care in 2020. PwC surveyed more than 500 of the biggest American companies to determine this. We look at why employer costs are rising and what those companies plan to do about it.

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