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Employers need to offer choice in benefits to meet diverse workforce needs

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Less than half of employees (49%) felt they received good support from their employers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and are now looking for a better work–life balance. The latest Mercer Marsh Benefits (MMB) report, Boosting employee engagement through benefits choice, highlights how the needs and experiences of different groups vary significantly and organisations need to offer […]

Employers upped benefits during the pandemic – but many staff did not feel supported

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Despite a majority of companies (69%) increasing their benefit spend considerably during the pandemic, just half (55%) of employees felt they received the support they needed at the right time. The latest Mercer Marsh Benefits (MMB) report, The Digital Revolution – Accelerated approaches to employee reward, wellbeing and engagement, shows a clear disconnect between what companies are […]