However 61% of employers believe employees are satisfied by benefits packages
Only two-fifths of UK workers appreciate the employee benefits provided by their provider, new research by Willis Towers Watson has revealed. The firm's Benefit Preferences report, part of its Global Benefits Attitudes Study, found that despite just 40% saying that their benefits were satisfactory, almost two thirds (61%) of employers believe employees are happy with their benefits packages. The study also found that almost three-quarters (72%) of employees able to tailor their provision via...
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