Under the new health care law, companies with 50 or more workers could be hit with fines if they do not provide basic coverage for full-time workers and their dependents. Starting Jan. 1, 2014, those penalties and requirements could significantly boost labor costs for some companies, particularly in low-wage industries such as retail and hospitality, where most jobs don't come with health benefits.
Darden, which operates more than 2,000 restaurants in the U.S. and Canada, employs about 180,000 people. The company says about 75 percent of its employees are currently part-timers.
Why would anyone working for any restaurant vote for Obama!!
You meant to say: Why would anyone working for any restaurant NOT vote for Obama!
The owners are living high on the backs on the waiters and waitresses and dishwashers and busboys for too long already. Without Obamacare, the restaurants would be staffed with sickos who spread their diseases in the foods served to their patrons.
The reality is, it's business! Something the Dems are at war with! Our country isn't based on socialism, more like capitalism! This is a direct result of, even the loser gets a trophy! Please, uncle, we all know Obamacare can't steal 16.5 Billion from Medicare and succeed!!