2017 Employee Benefits Study

This study delves into employed Americans’ views and actions related to personal finance, with a focus on benefits offered through the workplace. Questions gauge employees’ feelings around financial security and stability, and dig into areas of concern and/or confusion. The sample size of this study allows for a robust set of segmentation by age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and more.

Key topics include:

  • Views and perspectives on employee benefits – including medical, non-medical (disability, accident, critical illness, etc.) and retirement plans.
  • Thoughts about using new and emerging benefits-related technologies.
  • Knowledge and sources of information on personal finance topics, plus perceived importance of finance education.