June 15, 2017 in Benefits & Health

Who is Most Likely to Accept a Job Without Benefits?

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We Did Our Research

The job market can be a tough terrain to navigate. In a standard job offer a company is required to present the potential employee with the expected pay and disclose whether or not the position will offer benefits. There are a group of people that would turn down the job offer if benefits were not a part of the deal.

The Fresh Perspectives On Group Benefits report dug deeper on what patterns exist between the people who walk away from a job with no benefits plan and the people who accept the position.

Would Prospective Employees Accept a Job That Didn’t Offer Benefits?

A Closer Look at the Statistics

It’s clear that once people gain benefits coverage, they don’t want to lose it.
For individuals who currently have benefits coverage, 80% say that they wouldn’t
accept a job that didn’t offer benefits. This compares to just 50% of people who
don’t currently have benefits.

Are Benefits Important to Employees?

Discover how important benefits are to prospective employees and much more in Accompass’ new report.

Click here to download the full free 2017 Report Fresh Perspectives on Group Benefits: The Latest Thinking From Plan Sponsors, Members, and Insurers.