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Salary is the biggest area of pain for your employees at the
moment. According to the 2013 Edenred Barometer which
looked into employee attitudes to Pay and Benefits, more
employees are worried about their wages than work-life
balance or job security.
Five years of belt tightening and sustained increases in the cost of living mean employees are feeling the pinch as their bank accounts are taking more strain than ever.
You may not be able to pay your people more but an employee savings and discounts scheme can give access to a range of discounts on everything from day-to-day groceries to holidays and meals out throughout the year. It can give your employees a substantial pay boost and make a difference to the end of month budget.
Giving your employees access to this benefit doesn’t end at implementation. If you are investing in employee benefits, it is important to ensure they are aware of, understand and use the scheme on a regular basis, so you know that your investment is well spent and able to prove ROI for your business, whilst adding value for your employees.