I already said this was back of the napkin math. The 33 Mil I came up with was assuming every one of the 16500 employees lost coverage and LJs was hit with $2000 for each of them. My other figure was an out of my ass number representing a portion of what my own insurance costs are. $6000 isn't that far out of range.
What I can't do is numbers for stuff I'm ignorant of, like what percentage of their people are already part time and exempt. The point of this was to show why the people owning and investing in companies have a good reason to be upset.