Many people live to work and are "always on" with very little downtime.
Since the pandemic, people have been trading fatigue for family time and putting more emphasis on wellbeing.
Today, people want to work for companies that take employees' needs seriously and treat them as individuals rather than a number.
It has been called 'The Great Resignation' or 'The Big Quit', but 'The Great Realisation' may be more apt. Many people have reassessed what is and isn't important as well as the role work plays in their lives.
Does your benefits and wellbeing strategy meet the individual needs of your employees, and is it relevant to them?