In our survey of nearly 3,000 US workers, 30 percent or more of Black, Hispanic and Latino, LGBTQ+, and younger employees said they had considered switching employers to get better benefits—even when they had access to the same benefits as other colleagues. Further, employees who reported not receiving the care they needed were two times more likely to consider switching employers and half as likely to recommend their employer to friends.

More than a third of Black, Hispanic and Latino, LGBTQ+, and younger employees have considered switching employers for better health benefits.
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To read the article, see “Income alone may be insufficient: How employers can help advance health equity in the workplace,” December 3, 2021.