Younger employees see reduction in benefits during pandemic

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John Brazier
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Younger employees see reduction in benefits during pandemic

New survey reveals one in five UK employees saw benefits reduced during the previous 12 months

The research, carried out by Censuswide on behalf of salary advance startup Borofree, found that over two-thirds (68%) of UK employees surveyed believed company benefits and perks have an important role in driving staff recruitment and retention post-Covid-19. Despite this, around one-in-five one in five UK employees have had their packages reduced or cut completely in the last 12 months. Benefits reductions were highest among younger workers, with 28% of 16-24 seeing their company benefits...

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