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In the past year we have seen many businesses facing widespread labor shortages. This, combined with historic low unemployment, means that employers need to take action now to attract and retain employees.

One area to consider changes is in benefit offerings. While the labor shifts across the United States currently being dubbed “The Great Resignation” is driven by a diverse range of factors, according to a recent survey by Pew Research Center, roughly half surveyed cited benefits as either a “major” or “minor” reason why they quit a job during 2021. 

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