While getting their employees to participate in the 401(k) plan continues to be a concern of sponsors, they are increasingly interested in making sure that these employees invest their money wisely, according to a plan sponsor survey by Hewitt Associates.

Only 25% in 2006 viewed a high participation rate as the primary measure of their 401(k)’s success, down from 43% the year before. Instead, the main concern has become helping employees have sufficient retirement income.

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