What is the value of your employee benefits program? Targeted, meaningful, and cost-effective employee benefits serve as a competitive differentiator and support your organization’s business goals/objectives.
The Mercer Marsh Benefits 2016 Benefits Under the Lens Survey takes a look at the key components of an effective employee benefits program.
This year, our survey took a close look at benefits “under the lens” by asking:
- What role does benefits play within an organization?
- What are employers focusing on to achieve their desired outcomes?
- What are the results of these efforts? What are the “missing links”?
- What can employers do to bridge the gaps and improve the value of their benefits?
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The survey report outlines our belief that a best-practice employee benefits strategy holistically integrates four key pillars:
The survey found forward-thinking employers are looking for ways to differentiate themselves to gain a competitive advantage in the war for talent.
THE ROLE OF BENEFITS
The top three responses for the role of benefits within an organization reveal that most HR departments recognize that benefits can be an essential tool for driving overall business results.
About Mercer Marsh Benefits
Mercer Marsh Benefits provides clients with a single source for managing the costs, people risks and complexities of employee benefits. The network is a combination of Mercer and Marsh local offices around the world, plus country correspondents who have been selected based on specific criteria. Our benefits experts, located in 135 countries and servicing clients in more than 150 countries, are deeply knowledgeable about their local markets. Through our locally established businesses, we have a unique common platform that allows us to serve clients with global
consistency and locally unique solutions.
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