Meaningful, ongoing benefits are good for employees, team culture and your bottom line
Not all that long ago, employees were happy simply to get a paycheck. Benefits were nice, but they were just that — benefits, not necessities. Today, employees expect health and dental insurance, retirement plans and more from their employers.
While providing benefits may seem expensive, a majority of executives rank benefits and paid time off as having the best ROI. Companies that invest in employees by offering health insurance, paid time off and flexible hours see increased productivity, improved morale and positive effects to the bottom line.
As business owners, your goal is to make money. While I you’re gratified by providing benefits that truly make a difference in your employees’ lives. You’ve found happy employees make good employees, and good employees are great for business.