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Rising care costs Nearly all HR officials surveyed (97%) indicated they will be making changes to help reduce cascading health care costs. (Image: Shutterstock)

A new study reveals that 65% of workers would give up bonuses, paid vacation, and flexible hours for better health care benefits. Moreover, employees expect their employers to support them, not only by providing better benefits, but also by ensuring that they have access to best-in-class primary care providers who can guide them on their journey to better physical and mental health.

One Medical, a national member-based primary care organization combining in-person and virtual care, and the human resources and advisory firm Workplace Intelligence surveyed more than 1,600 employees and HR leaders and found that workers are eager to get back on track with their health after a stressful and demanding year.

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