Employees not reaping rewards of employee benefits spending

Majority of employers have increased wellbeing investments

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read
Employees not reaping rewards of employee benefits spending

Research from Mercer Marsh Benefits (MMB) shows a disconnect between employee engagement with benefits packages and employer communications.

Despite an increased level of employer investment in employee benefits and wellbeing support throughout the pandemic, MMB's The Digital Revolution: Accelerated approaches to employee reward, wellbeing and engagement report found a "clear disconnect" between action and perception. According to the research, 55% of employees stated that they did not feel they received adequate support from their employer at the right time, despite the majority of firms (69%) increasing spending on employee benefits...

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