More than half of employees say they’re more likely to stay with an employer because of their health coverage. And 46% say that health insurance was a deciding factor influence on choosing their current job.
Now more than ever, employees are demanding more than basic benefits – especially when it comes to healthcare. In response, businesses of all sizes are taking a hard look at their benefits and are embracing change.
However, business leaders invest a lot of time and money in putting packages together and they can’t afford to make changes every year. As a result, it’s important to future-proof benefits to meet goals now and in the years to come.
Future-proofing means identifying employee needs now, anticipating how they will change in the future, and developing a strategy to ensure benefits are sustainable while still effective, relevant, affordable, and equitable.