Most workers are satisfied with the health benefits they have now, but nearly a third are interested in changing the mix of benefits and wages they receive, according to a new survey by theResearch Institute.
Nearly 70% of employees like their current mix of pay and benefits, but 19% said they would give up health benefits in exchange for higher pay. Twelve percent said they would give up some pay for better benefits.
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