Industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation has re-launched its voluntary benefits book for its 3,500 employees.
The company re-launched its benefits book in conjunction with the Personal Group to ensure employees are kept up to date with the benefits available to them.
The voluntary benefits book was originally launched two years ago but Eaton found the benefits on offer had changed. For example, new retail companies have joined the scheme.
The company tracked the buying preferences of employees over the last two years to determine which benefits staff found most valuable.
Sue Cheyne, UK HR manager at Eaton Corporation said: “In the last couple of years some of the holiday discounts have been of less interest, but the retail ones that allow [staff] to save money on their shopping bill, have become very pertinent.”
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