In the next five years, when it comes to managing costs, wellness offerings and family coverage, C-level executives and benefit managers both cite four changes expected in the next five years, but executives and managers each weigh in differently on their importance.

With the new year well underway, many employers say they have made key changes to their benefits plans, according to the new research from Wells Fargo. For example, six in 10 companies say they have changed or are in the process of changing options for the type of health plans offered.

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