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Twenty dollar bill on a dart board Of employees providing a reason for not taking advantage of health benefits, 45% said it was because they could not afford it.

Despite the renewed emphasis on meeting employee demands for more benefits and inclusion in the workplace, a new survey finds that many workers still don’t feel benefits packages really meet their needs.

The report by Alight, a business solutions company, surveyed more than 2,000 U.S. workers and found there are still barriers to benefits that employees struggle to overcome. In addition, many workers feel their employers do not recognize them as partners in the work that is being done.

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