Less than half of the employers that reduced or stopped matching contributions to their employees’ 401(k) plans during the recession had restored them as of this spring—but almost all of them said they will, according to the most recent Towers Watson Defined Contribution Survey.
Most employers that already reinstated their matching programs brought them back at previous levels, but a few are altering the match based on the organizations’ financial performance.
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