When it comes to well-being, just offering mental health benefits, life insurance and remote work suggests that the employer has employees’ best interests in mind. (Image: Shutterstock)

One in four companies had changed employee health benefits since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March, complicating the upcoming 2020 annual enrollment period, according to new research from Fidelity Investments.

The report, entitled “Uncovering the real value of the benefits you offer,” warned that while evaluating health benefits was more important than ever, 79% of employees did not anticipate spending any more time in 2020 making their decision. But will that matter in the end?

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