More than half of employees in a MetLife study say that wellness benefits and financial planning make them much more likely to be loyal to their employer. (Photo: Fotolia)

A new study by MetLife, the insurance giant, puts a spotlight on what employees want in terms of benefits and the extent to which employers are accommodating their preferences.

Employers and employees alike increasingly view wellness as an important part of work culture. In fact, employers are even more likely than workers to say that businesses have a certain degree of responsibility for the health and wellbeing of their employees (82 percent vs 73 percent).

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