A 360° VIEW OF EMPLOYEE BENEFITS & WELLBEING TRENDS FOR 2020
STATS & TRENDS
A 360° VIEW OF UPCOMING EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
& WELLBEING TRENDS FOR 2020
Every £1 spent on workplace health initiatives results in return on investment ranging from £2 to £34.
The 2016 Health At Work
One in two employees are now less bothered by office-based perks and are more keen on physical and mental wellbeing benefits.
Half of employees agree that senior leaders at their organisation have a sincere interest in their wellbeing compared with 86% of employers.
Willis Towers Watson
Companies rated highly on compensation and benefits saw 56% lower attrition.
LinkedIn Global Talent Trends 2020
Nine out of 10 people (who aren't in HR) agree that the perks which are offered should suit everyone.
Compt State of Perks 2020
“Promoting wellbeing creates a positive mindset, improves morale and helps to promote healthy mental awareness – in addition, it aids retention and recruitment – an organisation with a happy and motivated workforce is certainly a place I want to be a part of.”
UK HR Manager at Perfetti Van Melle, UK
“At Indeed, we felt it was important that our employees could take a moment to focus on their personal lives. While our benefits exist to attract, engage and retain talent, they also play an important role in allowing us to rest and recharge.
“There are huge benefits to taking time off from improved physical and mental health to feeling more energised and as a result being more productive. This is why 'Indeedians' [Indeed employees] are also encouraged to use our open paid time off.”
Employer Brand Programme Manager at Indeed