It isn’t because they don’t care, or aren’t trying, but plansponsors could be doing more to help workers save for retirementand often don’t see eye-to-eye with their employees on just howbest to do that.

That’s according to “Assumptions, Assessments and Actions: PlanSponsor Views of Participant Support and Advisor Partnership,” anational survey of plan sponsors conducted by American CenturyInvestment Services of Kanas City, Missouri.

The study took the answers from 310 sponsors (representing planassets of up to $100 million) to questions about plan priorities,strategies to win employee participation and the value of advisors,and compared some of those answers to employee responses.

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