money funneling down drainEmployees waste an average of $750 a year by choosing a plan that'sthe wrong fit for them. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Like a teen in a Porsche, an uninformed employee with a greatbenefits package is bound to make pricey mistakes. This articleoutlines the mistakes your employees are making with their benefitsand some of our proven strategies to change their behavior for thebetter.

Mistake 1: Choosing the wrong plans

Employees waste an average of $750 a year by choosing a planthat's the wrong fit for them. Meanwhile, their employers wasteanywhere from $500 to $2,100 a year on each employee who choosesthe wrong plan. The average total cost of health care on the vergeof $15,000 per employee, and with health care only getting morecomplicated, those numbers aren't dropping anytime soon.

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