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Unum Study Flags High Correlation Between Employee Benefits Education and Job Satisfaction

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Photo credit: Stuart Miles

More than one-quarter of employed adults say that morale has declined in last year. And a majority of employees would bolt their current employer if offered comparable pay and benefits elsewhere, according to a new report.

Unum Group Corp., Chattanooga, Tenn. (NYSE: UNM), published these findings in a summary of results from the company’s fourth annual survey of American workers. Conducted online by Harris Interactive, the survey polled more than 1,100 employed adults following the 2011 benefits enrollment period.

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