There's a lot that's just "bananas" about employees' understanding of their benefits, according to the people at the Jellyvision Lab, an HR communications firm.

That verdict might not be exactly new to benefits managers, but a recent Jellyvision Lab survey of 400 workers did offer yet more evidence supporting it.

Specifically, while the majority (77.6 percent) of surveyed employees think it is at least "somewhat important" for their employers to provide a wellness program, nearly one in five workers can't say for sure if their company even has one.

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