BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. (TheStreet) -- Recent graduates and young job changers often pay little attention to employer-provided benefits. In many ways, who can blame them? Workers get a logon and a data dump of information, and many 20- and 30-year-olds are not going to sit down and pore through it all. Many younger workers will sign up for the obvious programs, such as the health plan, but ignore others.Workers who sign up only for the company health plan for themselves and family members may be leaving money on the table. There are other key employee benefits they should look for.
|Workers who sign up only for the company health plan for themselves, their partner and children may be leaving money on the table.|
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