One quarter of employees don't understand benefits

According to GRiD research

John Brazier
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One quarter of employees don't understand benefits

Research from Group Risk Development (GRiD) shows that nearly half of UK employees either don’t understand or aren’t aware of the employee benefits on offer to them.

The survey of 501 HR decision-makers found that 42% of workers don't know about or understand all their employee benefits. Of this group, 25% are aware of benefits but don't understand them all, 11% are aware of some of them, and 6% are both unaware and don't understand what is available to them. For their part, 43% of employers stated that they have adapted the way in which they communicate benefits to staff as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Around two-thirds (60%) of employers ...

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