The study, done by the research arm of Roseland-based payroll processor Automatic Data Processing, examined actual health insurance spending for 600,000 full-time, non-unionized workers, about 15,000 of whom are in New Jersey.

Depending on the industry, companies are looking to encourage more younger, lower-earning workers to join their health plans. This bracket has tended to take health insurance less than others, researchers found.
New Jersey employers scaling back the most on health insurance contributions: ADP study | NJ.com