In the employee benefits marketplace, employers may be confusing implementation with engagement. A company can offer a wealth of valuable benefits during enrollment, but it does not mean an organization is any closer to engaging workers about the benefits they will derive from them. Guardian initiated the Guardian Workplace Benefits Study in order to gain insight into the changing world of employee benefits and how today's working Americans value their benefits package. Five useful insights came to the surface:

1) Only about one in five workers place a "high value" on their benefits, despite the overall importance they attach to them. Those who rely on professional advice in making benefits decisions were more confident about their choices.

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