True or False: Offering perks can reduce employee turnover and improve engagement?
True! Companies like Google, Netflix and LinkedIn recognize perks as an important HR strategy, and every HR professional knows that engaged employees are more loyal and productive.
What perks can you use to find and retain these kinds of employees? For many workers, job satisfaction isn't built on pay alone. It’s built on the culture, benefits, programs, and total compensation including perks.
Not everyone can offer daily yoga classes, chair massages, juice bars, or fitness studios. Figuring out which employee perks will provide the biggest bang for your organizational buck depends a lot on the resources you have available and how creative you can be.
Join us for valuable insight and practical tips on how to provide employee perks that help you attract and retain talented workers while staying within your compensation budget. Learning Objectives:
- Make the business case for benefits and perks
- Attract and retain valuable talent by offering more than salary
- Determine the must-have perks and benefits
- Decide on what your organization can afford to add for employee perks
- Evaluate which perks suit your organization and its employees
- Come up with creative and low-cost perks that employees like
- Offer perks to supplement your compensation strategy
- And much more!
In just 90 minutes, you’ll learn the practical tips you need to jumpstart your employee perks program.
Plus, as a bonus for attending, you’ll get BLR’s new Perks & Insurance survey results, which includes national results on tuition reimbursements, dress codes, telecommuting, insurance, and more!About Your Presenter:
Amy Newbanks Letke, SPHR, GPHR, is the Founder & CEO of Integrity HR, Inc. She provides workplace solutions to improve performance, reduce liability, and increase profits. Ms. Letke is passionate about helping other entrepreneurs and business owners achieve success.
Prior to starting Integrity HR in 2007, she served in the field of human resources for 20 years. She began her career in HR positions with Fortune 500 companies including Delta Faucet and HON Industries. Ms. Letke has also served as a lead HR consultant in one of the nation’s largest accounting and consulting firms in Chicago, providing clients around the globe “HR Help” in the areas of human resources excellence and organizational development as well as training her team to provide programs for improved productivity and higher performance.