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Unum: Fewer employees give top scores on benefits education

Only one-third of employees rated the benefits education they received as “excellent” or “very good.”
Only one-third of employees rated the benefits education they received as “excellent” or “very good.”

The percentage of U.S. employees who think highly of their companies’ benefits educational initiatives edged down during the past, according to new research.

Unum unveils this finding in a summary of results from an online survey of 3,031 adults ages 18 and older, 1,521 of whom are identified as working adults that are full-time, part-time, or self-employed. Harris Poll conducted the survey on Unum’s behalf last December.

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