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A new survey reveals that employees continue to be hungry for options, including increased flexibility in work arrangements and more choices in terms of employee benefits.

The survey was released by HealthEquity, a health savings account (HSA) administrator based in Draper, Utah. Called the “Working in the New Normal Survey,” the study includes responses from more than 1,000 Americans who transitioned from working on-site to working remotely (at least part-time) because of the pandemic.

Two of the main findings: More than half (56 percent) of respondents said they are not satisfied with their employer’s changes to benefits in response to current work realities. In addition, the survey confirmed that workers highly value flexible work schedules and decreased commuting time and costs.


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