Annual Trends Research 2016 Report

Attracting and retaining the best people will be the top driver in how employers use employee benefits, reward and recognition in 2016.

This is the key finding of Edenred’s fourth annual trends survey, reflecting for a second year in a row, the increasing importance of employee benefits, reward and recognition in shaping the overall Employee Value Proposition.

At the same time however, it appears that many employers are missing the opportunity to offer reward in a way that will ensure their investment achieves their top objectives of positioning them as an ‘employer of choice’ and driving up employee engagement.

This report summarises the key themes for the year ahead and the five priority areas employers should address to deliver a better return on investment and better business impact from their spend in 2016. 

Download the Annual Trends Research 2016 Report here >>>

 

Author: Edenred UK | Category: Whitepaper | 07/03/2016 | 0

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