Time & Attendance
By Rick Bell
Mar. 14, 2016
In a job market where a recent survey noted that 1 in 5 employees are determined to land a new job this year, a robust benefits package could go a long way to help retain the worker who’s contemplating a move or entice the ones who are on the hunt for a new opportunity.
Building better benefits offerings will take time, effort, research and good old-fashioned communication. As in, talking to your employees. What do they want? What do they need?
One consideration they likely will want is a comprehensive wellness plan. Wellness is no longer trendy or a fad, but organizations without a wellness plan should analyze whether it’s a fit for its employee population. Some employers are taking preventive steps with nagging health issues such as back pain by offering employees incentives to look at other options before surgery.
This Workforce Roadmap helps encapsulate the themes and ideas of what was written in this special section on developing and maintaining a well workplace.
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