Among employees automatically enrolled in retirement plans, those who also agreed to automatic increases contributed 4.4% of salary, compared to 3.5% for auto-enrollees who opted out of automatic contribution increases.
However, the highest contribution rates—8.5%—were found among employees who neither auto-enrolled nor participated in auto-increase programs. But Mercer cautions that those are rare, super-motivated retirement investors.
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