At a time when many middle market employers and benefit professionals are looking for ways to get workers engaged, focusing on core benefits such as health insurance and paid time off may boost engagement, suggests new research.

The report, released this week by benefits and HR platform Namely, shows that most employees think health benefits and paid time off contribute most to their feelings of engagement. These core benefits beat out perks like recognition for good work, rewards and the increasingly popular wellness programs.

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