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Why is it that so many potential and present employees are unfamiliar with the benefit plan offered by an organization?

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In my opinion, present employees are unfamiliar with the benefit plan offered by an organization for one of two main reasons. In many cases, the employee was hired many years ago, and the company has the same benefits package. When the employee was hired, he or she was not interested in the details of the benefits package due to any one of many reasons. As the employee grew in their position, and with the company, the employee has ...

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Why is it that so many potential and present employees are unfamiliar with the benefit plan offered by an organization?

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