Adam Rochon, an insurance agent in the Central Valley city of Exeter, says employers are frustrated by the new insurance rules. “These guys are great truck drivers and farm workers, but not human resources guys,” he says. “Now they’re forced with paying a ton of money to outsource this or do it themselves.”
Adam Rochon, an insurance agent in the Central Valley city of Exeter, says employers are frustrated by the new insurance rules. “These guys are great truck drivers and farm workers, but not human resources guys,” he says. “Now they’re forced with paying a ton of money to outsource this or do it themselves.” Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file photo
Adam Rochon, an insurance agent in the Central Valley city of Exeter, says employers are frustrated by the new insurance rules. “These guys are great truck drivers and farm workers, but not human resources guys,” he says. “Now they’re forced with paying a ton of money to outsource this or do it themselves.” Randy Pench Sacramento Bee file photo
Ask Emily

Ask Emily

Emily Bazar answers your questions about California’s new medical world

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December 14, 2015 03:00 PM

UPDATED December 14, 2015 11:00 PM

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