Are nonprofits shirking their responsibility regarding their employees' retirement futures?

A survey of 403(b) sponsors by the Plan Sponsors Council of America shows only 27 percent feel they have a responsibility to encourage savings and actually take measures to help workers do so.

Another 25.8 percent said they're aware of their responsibility as employers — they're just not necessarily doing anything about it. More than one-third of respondents said they encourage retirement savings but don't want to "force it," and 10 percent said simply offering a plan fulfilled their responsibilities.

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