What perks do employees value?

It can be tricky considering what perks motivate employees but a recent survey has highlighted that employees want conventional benefits after political and economic uncertainty.

The study found that 26% of those asked said they wanted to work for a company who employed less than 50 employees – whilst just 5% wanted to work at a start-up. 80% of staff wanted one job that was full-time and 60% said they enjoyed working in an office – so long as there was flexibility.

And the benefits are reflective of this more stable desire. 44% of workers wanted health insurance, 24% wanted paid time off and 14% cited a good pension as one of the main benefits they craved. But more than any of this, the employees questioned said that they wanted the opportunity to improve themselves by learning new skills and training in new functions.

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