Smedley, Tim
September 2010
People Management;9/2/2010, p22
The article ponders on the impact of the healthcare reform bill of U.S. President Barack Obama on human resource (HR) professionals. Prior to the introduction of such bill, which is titled Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Americans who had no health insurance reached approximately 46 million. According to Dynamic Dies corporate director of HR Jill Kopanis, the bill impacts individual company plans.


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