Survey: Most workers don't want more health care options

04/28/2013 | United Press International

More than half of workers responding to a survey by Aflac Workforces Report said they would rather not have more control over their health care options because they don't trust their ability to make informed decisions about their coverage. Three-quarters of workers said they expect their employer to educate them about the Affordable Care Act, but just 13% of employers said providing such education is a priority, the survey indicated.

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