Baby boomers get all the love. They certainly get all the press.

Generation Y — roughly 70 million strong — has come into their own as the favored demographic. Everyone wants a piece of that pie. (And forget Gen X; talk about your "forgotten" generation.)

Anyway, it seems as if boomers are neglecting their younger work force cousins. Despite the fact that the so-called millennials are changing the way we all look at employee benefits, it doesn't look like we're filling them in enough.

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