Multiple signs point to growth in voluntary benefits sales, but employers would like to see a change in how their employees sign up for the benefit, according to new LIMRA data, released Tuesday.

According to the 2014 LIMRA Worksite Employer Study, employers believe their workforce is better prepared to make decisions on voluntary benefits. Nearly half (46%) of their workforce is ‘somewhat or considerably’ in a better place to make decisions on voluntary benefits than they were the last time LIMRA conducted this study, four years ago.

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