The U.S. workforce today is more multi-generational, multi-cultural, gender-balanced and technologically advanced than ever before. Likewise, the needs and expectations of today’s workers regarding employee benefits, policies and communications are vastly different, as well. And in today’s highly competitive labor market, an organization’s corporate culture, its’ benefits policies and programs, and the experience employees when accessing their benefits, are increasingly important to employee engagement and retention.
Join Guardian for an overview of it’s the latest research on workplace benefits trends and the critical role of culture, well-being benefits, and the employee experience. Based on several thousand surveys among working Americans and employers, the research addresses:
• The desire to work for organizations that “care about employee well-being” and how to demonstrate that in your benefits policies and programs
• The most important benefits to working Americans in 2020 – what will make them want to stay with your organization?
• Meeting the needs of traditionally underserved workforce segments, including caregivers, single parents, those who identify as LGBTQ, the permanently disabled
• Feedback on the benefits communication and enrollment process – what’s still not working, and what do workers want from this year’s enrollment experience?