Report Says HR Expected to Know About Health Care Reform


As of mid-year 2010, half of surveyed HR professionals said their organizations had taken steps to respond to the comprehensive health care reform legislation enacted in March 2010, despite a continuing lack of clarity on many specifics of the law, according to the second in a series of surveys by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Moreover, 54 percent of respondents said that senior management had asked HR to provide an overview of the implications of the health care reform law for their organization.

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