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Arrow breaking through wall It’s important that employers help their employees understand commonly used insurance terms and find ways to make the language more transparent to employees. (Image: Shutterstock)

When you invest in health benefits and preventative health programs, you’re investing in your employees. Giving employees the resources and tools they need to improve their health, both mental and physical, can reduce immediate and future health care costs and lead to a more productive workforce. However, these prevention efforts and work wellness programs aren’t always promoted effectively, and the employee engagement rate is often lower than expected.

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