Employers are making creative changes to employee benefit offerings to stem the tide of rising health care costs, but many are taking a wait-and-see approach to private exchanges, according to presenters at MetLife’s 10th National Benefits Symposium Monday.

“We want to see the demonstrated benefits and results” that come out of private exchange models, Justine Peddle, global compensation benefits manager for the United Parcel Service  told attendees at the symposium, adding that the company has talked with private exchanges but taken no action.

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