A big part of that centers around offering the right benefits. In today’s post, we delve into which benefits do their best to attract top employees so that your business can take advantage of them!
You’re probably asking yourself, what is BYOD? This stands for “Bring Your Own Device”, and, believe it or not, many businesses are making a movement towards letting their employees bring their own devices to work to use each day.
You may be thinking that it’s a bit strange for this to be considered a desirable benefit, but it is actually something highly coveted by hardworking employees!
Tech Pro reported via a 2015 survey that 75 percent of companies permit or plan to permit BYOD programs in the workplace. Furthermore, 78 percent of workers stated that using the same mobile device across the board helps them balance their personal and professional lives. This also helps your office to save some money, so it really is a win-win!
Getting to and from work is sometimes half the battle for your employees! That means that transportation benefits go a long way, as a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report cites that 86 percent of American workers consider commuter benefits “beneficial and useful.”
The report further notes that only 17 percent of Americans have access to transportation benefits through their profession, which means this is a highly coveted and in-demand perk that you can arrange for your employees.
It goes without saying that healthcare benefits are incredibly important to those in the workforce. As the political climate around these benefits demands an ever-changing ballad of services covered, there is a way for you to simplify your benefits.
Offering Direct Primary Care (DPC) as an option for your employees means that they will be more easily able to attain medical care when they need it! DPC is a subscription-like healthcare service where patients pay a monthly retainer in order to be a “member” at a particular DPC practice.There, the doctor(s) are committed only to their “subscribed” patients, and they limit the number of patients that they’ll let into their practice.
This ensures that they have adequate time to commit to each patient. Because DPC takes insurance providers out of the picture, it increases doctor’s free time and reduces the hassle for patients.
How we can help
We can help your company figure out which benefits you should prioritize within the package you offer to your employees. We can look at your budget, survey the priorities of your employees, and understand the scope of your industry to provide you with a comprehensive guide of where to go with your employee benefits. Call us today to learn more!