Florida Denny’s Franchisee Cutting Employee Hours, Adding Obamacare Surcharge


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The Obamacare fallout continues. Employers were waiting to see if there was a chance at repeal before cutting hours and laying off employees. Now that they know we’re stuck with the rotten law they’re doing what they have to do. A Denny’s franchisee in Florida is cutting his employees’ hours to under 30 per week, and adding a 5% Obamacare surcharge to customers’ tabs to offset the costs.

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President Obama’s election victory ensured his Affordable Care Act would remain the centerpiece of his first term in power – but that has left some business owners baulking at the extra cost Obamcare will bring.

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Florida based restaurant boss John Metz, who runs approximately 40 Denny’s and owns the Hurricane Grill & Wings franchise has decided to offset that by adding a five percent surcharge to customers’ bills and will reduce his employees’ hours.

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With Obamacare due to be fully implemented in January 2014, Metz has justified his move by claiming it is ‘the only alternative. I’ve got to pass on the cost to the customer.’ …

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‘I think it’s a terrible thing. It’s ridiculous that the maximum hours we can give people is 28 hours a week instead of 40,’ said Metz to the Huffington Post.

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‘It’s going to force my employees to go out and get a second job.’

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Obamacare requires businesses or franchises with more than 50 workers must offer an approved insurance plan or pay a penalty of $2,000 for each full-time worker over 30 workers.

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The program mandates that only employees working more than 30 hours a week are covered under their employers health insurance plan, chains like Olive Garden and Red Lobster are already considering reduced worker hours.

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‘Obviously, I’d love to cover all our employees under that insurance,’ said Metz.

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‘But to pay $5,000 per employee would cost us $175,000 per restaurant and unfortunately, most of our restaurants don’t make $175,000 a year. I can’t afford it.’ (Read More)

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Is it any wonder jobless claims skyrocketed?

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