Two women meeting Workers at theunder-100 companies are nearly twice as likely to get theirbenefits information in an individual meeting with a benefitscounselor or human resources representative. (Photo:Shutterstock)

Bigger isn't always better.

Not when it comes to your clients' annual benefits enrollment,anyway. Turns out, workers at the smallest U.S. businessesunderstand their benefits the best, according to a recent surveyfrom Colonial Life.

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