5 ways to implement a successful benefits scheme
If your employee benefits programme doesn’t appear to be delivering, perhaps it’s time for a rethink. Here, Laurel Dines, people director at Tusker, and Cory Laywood, corporate payments manager at Leicester City Council (LCC), discuss how you can meet the requirements of your employees, while also maximising productivity, with the implementation of a simple and effective benefits programme.
1. Engaged employees are happy employees
“If employees are engaged on a personal level,” said Dines,. “They are more likely to stay with their employers, be healthier and be more motivated. This will then have a positive impact on their productivity and efficiency.”To access please sign in.