However, they have fundamentally different expectations than their baby boomer coworkers. For example, millennials’ health insurance concerns are mainly financial, compared to boomers’ whose top healthcare questions focus on treatments and rising healthcare risks.
But financial and health priorities are not the only differences to be aware of. To implement a successful and engaging benefits program, strategies must also consider the preferred means of benefits enrollment for millennials.
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