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Study: Employees Looking for More From Benefits Plans

There is significant dissatisfaction with many offerings

As open enrollment season continues, a new study has found that employers are hustling to satisfy increased employee demands for improved benefits.

The 2022 Workplace Wellness Survey, conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and Greenwald Research, is based on interviews in July with more than 1,500 U.S. full- and part-time workers. A majority of respondents (58 percent) say that employers’ efforts to “help manage their overall well-being”—via healthcare, wellness and financial benefits—have stayed the same in the past year.

But the status quo has become a source of dissatisfaction: Fewer than half of those surveyed rated their employer’s efforts toward their emotional or physical well-being as “excellent” or “very good.”

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