Forty-five percent of employers have implemented or plan to consider using a private exchange for their full-time active employees before 2018, according to a new employer survey conducted by the Private Exchange Evaluation Collaborative (PEEC).

Thirty-seven percent of employers implemented a private exchange or are considering one for their pre-65 retirees, 32% for their post-65 retirees and 30% for their part-time employers, Amy Bergner, a managing director at PricewaterhouseCoopers said Tuesday at the Society for Human Resource Management’s Employment Law & Legislative Conference.

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