Group of people A recent casestudy showed that many employees were willing to reduce a benefitthat they value personally in order to boost a benefit that iscritical to their colleagues. (Image: Shutterstock)

As employers struggle to craft benefit packages that appeal to the broadestnumber of workers, a recent case study proposes a radical solution:let employees figure it out through a game.

The case study was developed by Janet McNichol, the director ofhuman resources at the American Speech-Hearing-Language Association(ASHA) in an effort to craft a new health plan.

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