Survey: Employees aren't likely to change their benefits

04/7/2010 | Employee Benefit News

Even when their options change, employees usually stick with their previous benefits choices, a Hewitt Associates survey found. "If employers want workers to make different elections, they might need to adopt a more aggressive approach -- whether it's changing or reducing plan options or offering plans with widely differing price points," says Sara Taylor, health and welfare strategy leader at Hewitt Associates.

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