Mass. employers optimistic about hiring but wary of health care reform costs

BOSTON – Nearly 25 percent of human resource executives said their companies are planning to increase their full-time employees in 2011, the Boston Business Journal reported Tuesday, citing a survey by the Eastern Benefits Group. Only 8 percent expect to shrink their work force. Nevertheless, the health care reform is a major concern for many…

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