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To help employees make the right decisions, you need to understand what they're doing wrong.

Even though they value their benefits, making decisions about them isn’t generally something employees look forward to.

In this e-book, we explore the top three ways that employees don’t optimize their benefits decisions, and we offer suggestions for how you can improve their chances.
  • How decision inertia prevents employees from choosing the options that best fit their situation.
  • The role poor benefits literacy plays as people try to compare plans. 
  • Why too much or too little isn't a good benefits strategy.


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