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-- -- my next guest says it's not a valid can see franchise owner who knows first hand jobs are fried because regulations are burning his business.
David -- knows of what He speaks He owns 23 fast food restaurant there's a guy got to get to know about -- -- he's in DC today lobbying lawmakers to do it's what He calls these job killing rules.
David off there'll get to talk to about coupons but for now to help it also is I want to get a sense see how these regulations.
Affect you what -- What are some of the big ones are what it did that.
You have to be aware when you hire folks get shops up and -- Sir.
And -- today I was on the hill with collection of my colleagues from their national franchise association.
Really approximately 500.
Folks that are main street America what I like -- job creators.
And we were visiting with our represents today about just those issues -- impact those the one that's impacting me the most at the moment -- is health care.
I have 424.
The health care would be more than the cash flows of my hole -- us.
And -- that's if I put him into the exchange unfortunately.
Or the national program.
Will be less expensive than the health care provided to -- -- -- employees today.
Unfortunate I can't provide these our priorities hourly workers dead and did you getting yes 200 Donald are not.
No I certainly didn't again -- and 24 employees.
These are first wrong employment jobs -- and we would love to provide health care for all our employees the business model really isn't built on that today.
We do care about there there are concerns but.
There are two provisions that I think you're in many respects anti American.
In this bill one it did.
Incentives advises people not to grow and I think in this time when we're trying to find job creation is exactly what we shouldn't be.
If an employer has greater than fifty full time equivalent employees then this they are subject to the health care law if they have less they're not.
So that it does employers forty employees today they have ever reason not to -- And set of growing.
And those that have a greater than fifty hopefully -- then have to pay a tax 2000 dollars per employee.
That is a full time position.
And as a result I'm gonna be.
To take great employees are working 35 hours a week now and move them down to let's say twenty hours a week.
And certainly not think that -- accident right -- -- -- that's not gonna hire more workers -- That's right so we have 124 employees a 160 of those are full time under this rule in this law would be -- -- to have forty.
Full time employees and make everybody else.
Part time this only creates anxiety.
And and and animosity with employees we're here to provide first wrong employment.
We take pride in that is an industry candidly we think we teach people how to work.
The value of a job and a leg up.
You know we have them managers with me today Macon in excess of 50000 dollars who started as an hourly employee.
It is possible the American dream can live in that regard.
But we can't do it with this type -- regulation.
For promotes non growth in and no jobs.
You should know what you speak you're doing it David Boren thank you very much very -- -- mission and thank you and then.
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