Thoughtful and inclusive benefits signal the value an employer places on an employee’s labor, beyond day-to-day recognition and compensation. They can generate a sense of inclusion, recognition, fairness, and safety—all of which promote dignity. And they provide crucial security (such as health insurance and paid leave), notably in times of unexpected external or societal crisis. Also, prospective employees make decisions based on benefits, which are part of the total reward offered. The quality of benefits offerings also affects employee retention.

  • Benefits and related human resources teams (like compensation)

  • Policy teams

  • Executive/senior leadership teams

  • Inclusion and diversity teams

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