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Benefits that support lifestyle are the key to true employee engagement

Pauline Iles, Principle Risk and Benefits Consultant at Quantum, gives her thoughts on the latest research by Canada Life that some 85% of employees are more likely to work for employers offering clearly labelled benefits….

Pauline said: “Employee benefits mean far more than the odd ‘work perk’ in today’s job market, and employers are waking up to the fact an attractive salary alone is not sufficient to entice new talent and ensure continuous engagement.

“Organisations must get inside the heads of their employees and put a selection of benefits on the table that really make sense to them.”

Thanks to the increasing sophistication of flexible benefit platforms, Iles said, it had never been so easy to implement a high-calibre programme to allow employees to add “what they want when they want”.

“There is little point in investing in providing a benefit if people do not know it is available, so a clear and consistent communications strategy should underpin any benefits programme,”.


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