Employees willing to swap pay for personalised benefits

MetLife report

John Brazier
clock • 3 min read
Employees willing to swap pay for personalised benefits

Research shows workers would work harder for employers providing employee benefits that support their individual needs

The latest instalment in insurer MetLife's Re:Me report has found that almost half of UK employees (48%) would sacrifice more of their basic salary for a personalised employee benefits package. Previous instalments of the report have found that employee wellbeing will define retention levels for employers, employees are seeking greater working flexibility and that employers are now facing greater social responsibility for their staff. The most recent release has illustrated how the desired...

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