I do not believe employers should be allowed to opt out of Obamacare. With corporations like Wal-Mart it is obvious that if employers can boost their bottom line, even if it means harming their employees, they will. Because of this, I don't feel any employer could have a valid excuse for opting and out and they shouldn't have the opportunity.
Opting Out of Obamacare is the companies way to avoid responsibility for their employees. The only companies required to participate will have 50 or more full time employees. That is a pretty large workforce. Beyond that, part-time employees are not only not counted, but are not required coverage under the company. Those companies that do not care about their employees or their health will opt out if they can. Do not let the guise of "liberty" hide that fact.
No,employers should not be allowed to opt out of Obamacare.The point of Obamacare would be for every possible citizen to have health coverage.If some employers were able to opt out and others not then the playing field would be very unequal and businesses as well as citizens would suffer on a regular basis.
The employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) required small businesses with 50-99 full-time equivalent employees and large businesses with 100 full-time equivalent employees to start providing worker with health insurance by 2015. The ability to obtain health insurance should be a basic right for all full-time employees. It a cost the employers should be building into their product or service pricing.
No, if this health insurance plan is put to place, which I think it already is, then no business or individual should be able to get out of it, because that goes against the whole program. This health care system was made so that everyone would have to follow it.