New research by global consulting giant Mercer has revealed an unexpectedly negative perception about way that employees view their benefits, especially as more and more health care costs are shifted onto their plate.

The most recent Mercer Workplace Study has found that the perceived value of workplace benefits, among those employees who take part in both on-the-job health and retirement savings plans, has begun to erode significantly – a considerably different spin on Guardian’s more positive news on employee feelings regarding their benefits, released earlier this week. 

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