Uncertainty and Financial Stress Driving Closer Scrutiny of Employee Benefits

Uncertainty and Financial Stress Driving Closer Scrutiny of Employee Benefits

According to a recent Aflac study, the pandemic is causing employees to spend more time researching their benefits options.
In general, employers still see benefits as a crucial way to attract talent, and most say they plan to maintain their current level of benefits.

In general, employers still see benefits as a crucial way to attract talent, and most say they plan to maintain their current level of benefits.

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According to a recent study by @Aflac, the COVID-19 pandemic is causing employees to spend more time researching their benefits options. https://bit.ly/30GsPaV By Scott Wooldridge via @Benefits_PRO
Friday, October 9, 2020 - 9:25am

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By Scott Wooldridge 

At a time of economic upheaval and uncertainty, most businesses in the US are trying to maintain their current benefits offerings to employees, a new report from Aflac finds. At the same time, employees are taking a closer look at their policies and weighing what may work best for them in the future.

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