Gov’t Regulations, Health Care Costs Curb Small Business HiringPosted by Randy | February 16, 2012
A new poll by Gallup shows that 85% of small business owners surveyed are not hiring. Of those individuals, most cite the following reasons: do not need additional employees; worries about weak business conditions, including revenues; cash flow; and the overall U.S. economy.
According to the latest Chamber of Commerce quarterly Small Business Outlook Survey, 78% of small businesses surveyed report the taxation, regulation, and legislation from Washington make it harder for their business to hire more employees.
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