Why businesses must recommunicate benefits to staff during the cost of living crisis

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Why businesses must recommunicate benefits to staff during the cost of living crisis

Adrian Matthews, employee benefits director at MetLife UK, examines why the cost of living crisis presents an opportunity for employers to revisit how they communicate benefits to their staff.

Following a challenging two years as we navigated the Covid-19 pandemic, one positive was a greater focus on employee benefits and the value placed on them by staff for support during an uncertain time. As we now pivot from one uncertain outlook to another, with the challenges the cost-of-living crisis and its wider implications sets before us, here lies an opportunity to drive greater loyalty and awareness from staff by demonstrating how much you care for their wellbeing with the support ...

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