3 Benefits Your Employees Actually Want

Employer benefits used to be straightforward — provide health care, dental care and a retirement plan and you were pretty much done. But today if you want strong employee retention and the ability to recruit great people, you need to keep up with the times.

Of course, solid health insurance and a retirement plan are unlikely to go out of style. But there are several less conventional benefits that are rising stars, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Here are three that your employees (both current and future) want to see in your offerings.

1. Telemedicine

According to SHRM, the share of surveyed employers offering telemedicine benefits jumped from 73 to 81 percent between 2017 and 2018. With numbers like that, if telemedicine isn’t on your radar already, it should be.

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4 thoughts on “3 Benefits Your Employees Actually Want

  1. I wouldn’t have ever thought Telemedicine would be a desired employee benefit. Thank you for sharing, I will take that back to my HR team for consideration!

  2. My current & former employers both offer telemedicine, but not because employees are asking for it, rather TPTB see it as a money saving tool. According to HR, the take-up rate has been in the low single digits even after a couple years of promotion.

  3. Benefits arent as much importanta s the base salary. We could advertise, as HR officers, about the private health-care scheme but higher salary is better reason to work in a company.

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