Multiple studies on the trends of compensation and benefits have found one consistent pattern – employees are increasingly viewing flexible benefits as a high priority consideration in their careers.
In response to the changing needs of the workforce, more organisations have embraced flexibility by creating benefits packages with various customisation options, according to different employee priorities.
However, despite its popularity with the workforce, many businesses face difficulties in sustaining flexible benefits schemes and making them work for everyone.
Benefits Asia Interactive 2014 will explore this important area of C&B through interactive round table discussions during the popular regional conference, taking place on 15th October at the Singapore Marriott Hotel.
The first challenge of creating a flexible benefits package is correctly identifying the biggest employee concerns without compromising the business objectives of the company. Within flexible benefits packages, the extent of structure necessary to facilitate effective implementation is still an open question.
Coupled with the diverse nature of Asia’s talent landscape and fast-paced economy, companies in the region face a uniquely complex situation that includes the need for productivity, a shortage of talent and increased employee desire for more customisation options.
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