HOW TO INCREASE THE UPTAKE OF YOUR EMPLOYEE BENEFIT OFFERING

When engagement is high, employee benefits are an investment, and you can measure the ROI in various ways.

However, when your employees don’t engage with the benefits you offer, they don’t experience the wellbeing improvements that follow. The knock-on effect is that the business then doesn’t benefit from a healthier and more motivated workforce. Unfortunately, what should be an investment in your employees’ financial, physical, and mental health becomes an expense that may be difficult to justify.

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Employees want help making their salaries stretch further, especially during the current cost of living crisis. So why could you be experiencing poor uptake?

In this blog, we take a look at: causes of low engagement, when the benefits aren’t right for your people, increasing the uptake, and providing education.