Number of the day: non-medical benefits

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An increased demand from employees, combined with a fierce competition for top talent, will drive non-medical workplace benefits—such as paid family medical leave, life insurance, disability insurance and wellness programs—to grow 20% by 2026, according to new research released this week. The data comes from LIMRA and EY, which surveyed employers and workers, and interviewed workplace brokers and benefits administration and technology providers to explore the different perspectives on the current and future state of the U.S. workforce benefits market.

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