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Orscheln Farm & Home To Hold Companywide Recruitment Day

There are 4 comments on the WBIW-AM Bedford story from Nov 1, 2012, titled Orscheln Farm & Home To Hold Companywide Recruitment Day. In it, WBIW-AM Bedford reports that:

Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Orscheln Farm and Home L.L.C. will hold a recruitment day at all of its 156 stores throughout the Midwest.

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Obamacare

Moberly, MO

#1 Nov 6, 2012
Fixin 2 F- their full time emloyees...future of health care coverage...or the lack thereof...http://finance.yahoo .com/news/health-law-spurs-shi ft-hours-022100532.html
Obamacare

Moberly, MO

#2 Nov 6, 2012
here's the truth-
Some low-wage employers are moving toward hiring part-time workers instead of full-time ones to mitigate the health-care overhaul's requirement that large companies provide health insurance for full-time workers or pay a fee.

Several restaurants, hotels and retailers have started or are preparing to limit schedules of hourly workers to less than 30 hours a week. That is the threshold at which large employers in 2014 would have to offer workers a minimum level of insurance or pay a penalty starting at $2,000 for each worker.

The shift is one of the first significant steps by employers to avoid requirements under the health-care law, and whether the trend continues hinges on Tuesday's election results. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has pledged to overturn the Affordable Care Act, although he would face obstacles doing so.

President Barack Obama is set to push ahead with implementing the 2010 law if he is re-elected.
I farted

Overland Park, KS

#4 Nov 8, 2012
Obamacare wrote:
here's the truth-
Some low-wage employers are moving toward hiring part-time workers instead of full-time ones to mitigate the health-care overhaul's requirement that large companies provide health insurance for full-time workers or pay a fee.
Several restaurants, hotels and retailers have started or are preparing to limit schedules of hourly workers to less than 30 hours a week. That is the threshold at which large employers in 2014 would have to offer workers a minimum level of insurance or pay a penalty starting at $2,000 for each worker.
The shift is one of the first significant steps by employers to avoid requirements under the health-care law, and whether the trend continues hinges on Tuesday's election results. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has pledged to overturn the Affordable Care Act, although he would face obstacles doing so.
President Barack Obama is set to push ahead with implementing the 2010 law if he is re-elected.
Good! Your fear is your weakness! Just because the rich say they will do this doesn'mean it will work. Stand up for yourself and the other workers and demand a bigger piece of the pi. That is the main reason 2% of the population has 90% of the wealth. People like you who re simply scared. I don't blame you Change is Scary. Just because you think your right doesn't mean you are!
The Weak Shall Inherit

Moberly, MO

#6 Nov 12, 2012
THE EARTH....Change is EXPENSIVE....I don't blame you either...farting is a natural biological necessity...fart away....

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