New research from MetLife spotlights a disconnect between the perceptions of voluntary benefits held by employers and employees.

About 52% of employees said they were interested in a wider array of voluntary benefits, but only 43% of employers believed their employees felt that way, says Dr. Ronald S. Leopold, national medical director and VP, U.S. business, at MetLife.

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