Nearly half of U.S. workers foresee a future in which employers will not offer workplace benefits, such as health insurance and retirement savings plans, according to a survey by Fidelity Investments´consulting services group reported on BenefitNews.com.

Thirty percent of workers assume they will be accountable for obtaining their own benefits by 2019, while 18% think the government will supply benefits.

For better or worse, do you agree? What are the implications for recruitment and retention if employer-sponsored benefits fade to black? Comment and let me know.

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