Most employers have the same basic goals when it comes to providing employee benefits. Employers of all sizes and industries seek to provide robust benefits that will help them attract and retain valuable employees while also finding ways to save the company money. They strive to contain costs without cutting benefits.
Service and Retail Industry
The service and retail industries have several challenges in designing benefits plans to meet their complex needs. Employees in these industries come from diverse backgrounds, ranging from part-time and hourly wage employees to managers and executives. Turnover is often high in these industries. Employees work irregular hours, often in various locations, making communication more difficult.
We understand the obstacles and complexities that employers in these industries face. We have the resources necessary to help clients in the service and retail industries:
- Design benefits packages that address the various needs of their diverse employee population.
- Implement streamlined employee communications and enrollment processes to reach out to employees at multiple locations on different shifts.
- Benchmark your company's benefits package against others within the industry, enabling you to see how competitive your benefits are.
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