More than 7 in 10 workers desire a greater selection of voluntary benefits offered through their employee, according to new research.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., New York, released this finding in a summary of results from two polls: (1) an online poll of 408 full- and part-time workers who attended the Texas State Fair on October 19 and work in Dallas; and (2) a nationally-representative survey of 523 full- and part-time workers.
The two polls were conducted by GfK Custom Research North America, New York.
The MetLife Texas Benefits Election Poll finds that 71% of Dallas workers are interested in, and prepared to pay for, a wider array of voluntary benefits. The poll result is greater than the 62% of employees nationally who expressed this interest.