The way Americans work and what employees value in a benefits package has been rapidly evolving for the past decade. In the wake of last year’s COVID-19-related shutdowns and subsequent transition to working from home, mass layoffs and furloughs, growing economic uncertainty, and general work/life disruption, perks that have traditionally attracted top talent may no longer be enough to entice potential applicants.
Employees are seeking more support from the organizations they work for to help them achieve wellness and continuity in their lives, employers are facing increased pressure to offer an employee experience that benefits and nurtures their workforce.
In this blog post, we’ll highlight some of the top trending “non-traditional” benefits that are helping employers find success in today’s competitive job market.
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