Benefits tech platform concept Incentives, well-being, career/development/training and recognition programs are among the least understood benefits—leading employees not to appreciate their value. (Image: Shutterstock)

Employees are losing ground when it comes to understanding their workplace benefits—in fact, while in 2015 77% said they understood them, that’s now fallen to just 50%.

That’s not good news for employers, says a new report from Alight Solutions, since it affects how employees perceive the value they’re getting from their bosses. And that can cause problems when it comes to recruiting and retaining top talent, since if they don’t feel they and their families are getting top value, they’ll look elsewhere.

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