By Debra Corey, Group Reward Director at Reward Gateway
There are many steps to take before you start looking at new benefit options, but one of the steps I often see people forget is to look at the data.
What do I mean by that? It’s important to pull together data to help you understand what will move the needle in exciting and engaging with your workforce as well as what’s out there to compete with in the first place.
Think about what will delight and engage your people with real data points to support that hypothesis, instead of just assuming.
Though there are plenty of low-cost employee benefit ideas that may not take a lot of legwork to put in place, you should be confident in your choices before you implement them at your organisation.
Here are four ways to work with the rest of your people team to collect data