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How 401(k) Plan Sponsors Are Addressing the Great Resignation
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Dec. 7, 2021

"Why is it important for plan sponsors to avoid amassing a large number of ex-employee accounts? Over time, there's a chance these former workers could be free-riding the plan at the expense of current employees. To be fair, there's also a chance the combined assets of former and current workers generate lower fees. Still, as a fiduciary, you need to be mindful of the worse case and prepared to act."

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