The average premium hike for employer-sponsored health plans next year is expected to be the highest since 2011. But there’s some good news: prescription drug coverage cost increases may finally be slowing. Here’s a look at the cost trends and steps employers are taking to rein in costs.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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