Employers that opt out of Obamacare can expect to pay $173.33 per employee per month in 2015.

And those that offer plans that are considered too pricey or inadequate should plan to fork over $260 per employee per month.

Those are the figures contained in a new report from Mercer projecting the costs to employers that fail to offer insurance to workers in 2015, or whose plans do not meet the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's standards for affordability or minimum value.

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