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Stats & Trends for Rewards and Benefits in 2019

A 360° view of upcoming benefit and reward trends for 2019
Stats & Trends for Rewards and Benefits in 2019

STATS & TRENDS


A 360° VIEW OF UPCOMING BENEFIT AND REWARD TRENDS FOR 2019

STATS & TRENDS

A 360° VIEW OF UPCOMING
BENEFIT AND REWARD TRENDS FOR 2019


 

CV-Library’s survey of 1,200 workers discovered that two-thirds of British employers don’t receive work perks or benefits.

UK research carried out by Perkbox found that the most effective wellness perks included club memberships, activities and work groups such as knitting and book clubs, along with sports teams.

40% of employees feel less stressed when their company offers perks, according to a study by Totaljobs.

Build-to-rent organisation Get Living spoke to 2,000 UK employees and found that three-quarters (73%) of workers want a more tailored benefits package.

Job site Glassdoor reported in 2017 that 57% of jobseekers in its surveys listed perks among their top considerations before taking a new job.

Case Studies


Spotify’s parental bundle

The music-streaming giant not only offers its employees free tickets to gigs, it has a great deal of benefits for new mums and dads and those looking to become parents. It covers egg freezing and fertility assistance, as well as six months of paid parental leave and one month of flexible work options for parents returning to work.

 
 
 

Airbnb’s free holidays

The global rental site doesn’t want its employees to miss out on opportunities to travel the world. As such, the company offers every worker an annual sum of £1,525 ($2,000) to travel and stay in any Airbnb listed property, so they can enjoy globetrotting just as much as their customers.

 

Molson Coors’ ‘Life Leave’

To ensure employees don’t miss crucial life moments, the brewing firm rewards it staff with up to two weeks extra paid leave annually. Whether it’s to move into a new house, settling in a puppy, or supporting a child through important exams, the ‘Life Leave’ can be used however the employee sees fit to ensure they can focus entirely on these key moments.

 

 

CV-Library’s survey of 1,200 workers discovered that two-thirds of British employers don’t receive work perks or benefits.

 

 

UK research carried out by Perkbox found that the most effective wellness perks included club memberships, activities and work groups such as knitting and book clubs, along with sports teams.

 

 

40% of employees feel less stressed when their company offers perks, according to a study by Totaljobs.

 

 

Build-to-rent organisation Get Living spoke to 2,000 UK employees and found that three-quarters (73%) of workers want a more tailored benefits package.

 

 

Job site Glassdoor reported in 2017 that 57% of jobseekers in its surveys listed perks among their top considerations before taking a new job.

 

Case Studies


Spotify’s parental bundle

The music-streaming giant not only offers its employees free tickets to gigs, it has a great deal of benefits for new mums and dads and those looking to become parents. It covers egg freezing and fertility assistance, as well as six months of paid parental leave and one month of flexible work options for parents returning to work.

Airbnb’s free holidays

The global rental site doesn’t want its employees to miss out on opportunities to travel the world. As such, the company offers every worker an annual sum of £1,525 ($2,000) to travel and stay in any Airbnb listed property, so they can enjoy globetrotting just as much as their customers.

Molson Coors’ ‘Life Leave’

To ensure employees don’t miss crucial life moments, the brewing firm rewards it staff with up to two weeks extra paid leave annually. Whether it’s to move into a new house, settling in a puppy, or supporting a child through important exams, the ‘Life Leave’ can be used however the employee sees fit to ensure they can focus entirely on these key moments.


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