Opt in opt out computer keys About three-quarters of employees find their health benefits easy to understand, which is more than the six in 10 who expressed the same level of understanding about their non-health benefits.

The majority of employees are satisfied with the health benefits they receive, according to results of the inaugural Workplace Wellness Survey conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and the independent firm Greenwald Research. However, workers at smaller companies are twice as likely as those at larger ones to prefer more health benefits over higher wages.

Meanwhile, COVID-19 has increased concerns about retirement preparations, with respondents to the 2020 Wells Fargo Retirement survey indicating the pandemic has permanently impacted their ability to save.

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