Auto mode button “This is not the year for employees to hit the ‘default button’ on their workplace benefits,” says Voya’s Rob Grubka.  (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employers should expect higher adoption rates of voluntary benefits in the upcoming enrollment season, according to a new survey by Voya Financial. The investment management company found that over 70% of working Americans plan to take a closer look at the voluntary benefits on offer through their employer, and over half plan to make different elections than they did last year.

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