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Over the past several years, many employers have begun offering creative perks within their employee benefits program as a differentiator to help in recruitment and retention efforts. Many of these perks, however, were designed and implemented to help employees working in an office environment.
COVID-19 has accelerated the move to remote or hybrid work. It’s important, then, that employers review whether their perks are offering work for this reality. The purpose behind offering perks is still the same - to provide greater convenience and reduce employee stress - but, the themes and delivery methods may need adjustment.
Risk Strategies was a recent sponsor of the PERKS convention in Boston. Here are a few key trends and perks that our team noted that may help:
Of course, these are just a few of the perks and adjustments that employers are making to their employee benefits program in 2021. If you would like to learn how your organization may be able to strengthen its benefit offerings, please contact a member of our team.