When it comes to employee benefits, flexibility has become more important. This article highlights how the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors have shifted employee benefits to become more flexible based on the employees needs. "The benefits needs of a 24-year-old graduating school is different from a mid-career professional with a family. Employees should be able to pick the benefits that would mean the most to them, whether it's student loan payoffs or comprehensive health insurance, " said CEO Sam Mitchell.
“In 2021, 80% of our new hires were never going to come into an office of ours. I think that really was an eye opener for us that what we used to offer people and what organizations used to offer was very localized,” Mitchell said. “We have an obligation to people to be able to provide a very unique and very transferrable set of offerings to people wherever they are.”
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