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Also, this tells us that naysaying about premiums going up for the young are “overblown” because of cost-control mechanisms built into the law. Even HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius admits that “some of the older customers may see a slight decline, and some of the younger ones are going to see a slight increase.” Or, not so slight.
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Here are answers to some common questions about what employers can and cannot do with regard to flu shots for employees, as well as our recommendations for some best practices.
Q: As an employer, can I require that my employees get flu shots? Employers can make flu shots mandatory for employees.
They are uninsured at higher rates than any other age group and face a job market less likely to provide health benefits than the one their older siblings and parents entered in their 20s.