People standing on refresh symbol Three in four employees said voluntary benefits would affect their employer’s ability to retain them, compared to 68% in 2020. (Image: Chris Nicholls)

Employees are seeking expanded voluntary benefits to deal with the mental and financial fallout of the pandemic — and employers are responding.

“Millions of employees are looking for reasons to stay in their jobs as they give serious thought to leaving — the Great Resignation is real,” said Neil Vaswani, CEO and cofounder of Corestream.

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