In this informative guide...
We encourage you to think about the types of people that your business needs to continue growing, and advise you on how you can make not only your benefits offering but your business as a whole more attractive to these types of people. We've designed this guide to help you...
Review your current employee benefits strategy
What data and feedback are you going to utilise to help you understand what is working and what isn’t? You may want to look at overall workforce demographic split, the performance of business areas and the types of people that are leaving your business.
Refine your strategy to target the talent you need
You can then address areas of improvement and identity the type of workforce that you want to aim for. Understanding the types of people your business needs to attract and retain will then enable you to develop a long-term strategy on how to do so effectively.
Implement and measure your new strategy effectively
Be mindful of which benefits will provide the most value to those you need to attract is naturally a good starting point. No one strategy is going to look exactly like another, but we outline the key similarities that should be present from business to business.
Download the guide
Our new guide aims to help you to think strategically about your business’ employee benefits approach, so you can more effectively attract the people you need to grow.
Join our webinar – How thinking differently can help stem the flow of female talent leaving the workforce?
We’re hosting a free webinar – 'How thinking differently can help stem the flow of female talent leaving the workforce' - on 5th October 2023 at 10am
In this 30-minute session, our panel of experts will be exploring how to:
- Why diversity matters
- Thinking strategically to retain women that may be thinking of leaving
- Menopause support
- Eldercare support
- Building HR policies to support your strategy
This will be followed by a ten-minute Q&A, where our speakers will have an opportunity to answer your questions.