2018 Employee Benefit Trends Study
Moments of truth are different for every company. Depending on your company's size and culture, moments of truth will come to life in nuanced ways. However, these moments aren't only about creating changes in employee experiences; they are also about changing a mindset. Crafting a more human experience means enriching the culture of the organization and backing it up with real experiences that provide meaning and value.
Understanding that employees' lives aren't always predictable and that they care about causes in the wider world are just two examples of how to tap into more human experiences. Programs and offerings that support flexibility and that empower employees to make an impact are essential to the human workplace.
Reshaping the structure of how employees can utilize these programs along with the types of programs offered, allows employees to feel heard and acknowledged. Two ways that employers can immediately shift to a more human workplace are through flexible benefit packages and financial wellness programs.
While today's workforce deeply cares about the intangibles, employees understand the value of financial wellness and saving for retirement
However, true to form, employees want to do it their own way. While some things remain the same, today's employees' view of retirement doesn't look like it did for the previous generations—and their preferences reflect it.
With both traditional and nontraditional benefits, employees are on a quest to be financially well
Employees see their finances and their benefits as crucial to enriching their work and life. When employers play an active role in employees' financial wellness, that benefits everyone.
Financial wellness benefits are a great way to create a more human connection with employees and to recognize employees both personally and professionally. These benefits build confidence for employees, and that creates positive results both inside and outside the workplace.
Two ways employers can immediately shift to a more human workplace are through flexible benefit packages and financial wellness programs.
Of employees who have some kind of financial education/workshops are more likely to feel financially fit
Do not have access to financial education
Of employees who have access to financial wellness programs say they are financially well
Beyond your retirement plan, which non-medical benefits do you feel reduce your financial stress?