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NEW YORK—While only two out of five U.S. workers would strongly recommend their organization as a "great place to work," those who did so were three times more likely to be satisfied with their benefits, according to MetLife's 11th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends.

"With many employees saying they would pay more for a wider range of voluntary benefits, employers have an opportunity to increase benefits satisfaction without increasing the bottom line," said Anthony Nugent, MetLife executive VP. Find out about the study’s key takeaways including successful employee communication tactics in the latest edition of HR Corner.