14 beneficiary companies which expanded their offer in 2021
The needs of employees have changed and evolved rapidly over the past two years as the pandemic amplified the struggles and stressors workers have long faced.
Battling burnout, burnout and financial uncertainty, workers look to employers for extra support, at work and beyond. With more opportunities in the job market than ever before, workers are ready to give up one employer for another in favor of a workplace that will bring them well-being and balance in their lives.
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âAs the workplace has continued to evolve over the past year, so has the demand for employee benefits,â says Missy Plohr-Memming, senior vice president of sales at MetLife. âIn fact, more than half of employees want benefits that their employer is not currently offering, according to the MetLife Study on Benefits Trends in 2021.â Non-traditional benefits like increased time off paid, remote work, flexible hours or fixed weekly hours, and emerging benefits, such as legal and financial planning workshops / tools, critical illness and pet insurance are among the offerings for which increased employee interest. from 2020 to 2021. Delivering these vacancies will be key to retaining and hiring new employees amid the ongoing âwar for talentâ in the New Year.
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Employee Benefits News has brought together the latest and greatest new vendor benefits launched over the past year. Employers, take stock of the offers you are already offering your employees and areas where you may be short.