Most Valued Benefit? Medical Insurance

July 2002
Financial Executive;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p12
Academic Journal
The article states that American workers rank medical insurance, paid vacation and holidays, and retirement plans among the most important employer-sponsored benefits, according to the United States @Work study which was conducted by Aon Consulting Inc. On the list of top ten benefits are prescription drug cards at number five, dental insurance at number six, and long-term disability at number eight. David Stum, president of Loyalty Institute at Aon Consulting, comments on flex time, day care, and employees' preferences in basic benefits.


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