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Less than a fifth of companies say their benefits programs are at the leading edge—and even more say they’re afraid their offerings are falling behind industry standards.

That’s according to a survey from Artemis Health, which finds that while benefits leaders say they’re driven by employee productivity (47%), employee satisfaction (43%) and the need to improve employee health and well-being (36%), only 18% of them say their benefits programs are at the front of the pack, while 19% say that their organization is probably falling behind the rest of the industry.

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