More than one-quarter of employed adults say that morale hasdeclined in last year. And a majority of employees would bolt theircurrent employer if offered comparable pay and benefits elsewhere,according to a new report.

Unum Group Corp., Chattanooga, Tenn. (NYSE: UNM), publishedthese findings in a summary of results from the company's fourthannual survey of American workers. Conducted online by HarrisInteractive, the survey polled more than 1,100 employed adultsfollowing the 2011 benefits enrollment period.

Twenty-eight percent of employees surveyed by Unum say thatmorale at their companies has declined in last year. The reportalso finds that just 55% of workers would choose to stay with theiremployer if they were offered the same pay and benefits elsewhere,a 7-point drop since 2008.

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