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Future-proof your workplace benefits strategy

When it comes to the battle for talent, workplace benefits represent one of the most useful tools available – however a successful strategy must be built on the latest insights.

According to our latest study, Building a Benefits Strategy Fit for the Future, only 37% of workers feel their employer delivers on their specific benefit needs. Moreover, there are stark differences between different demographic groups. For instance, those 18-34, tend to place more emphasis on benefits than those aged 55-64, for whom just 17% say benefits are their main reason for choosing an employer.

To learn more about how different groups of employees perceive their workplace benefits – and how organizations can deploy this knowledge to attract and retain talent in the long term – download your copy of Building a Benefits Strategy Fit for the Future, today.

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