When it comes to their health benefits, most employees say they’re happy with their current offerings and lack interest in altering their balance of benefits and wages, according to a new survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute. 

Specifically, 12% of respondents say they are extremely satisfied with their plans, 39% of respondents say they are very satisfied, and 37% of respondents say they are somewhat satisfied. Just 10% responded in a negative fashion. Since the survey was first initiated, the number of respondents who report feeling happy with their benefits has generally been high.

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