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Do your employees have compensation FOMO? Try highlighting the value of benefits.

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Nava Client Manager Grace Prentice advises HR leaders not to wait for employees to leave in search of greener pastures before you begin highlighting just how green your benefits are.

Considering just how much employers spend on benefits, you’d think they’d tout this value at any given opportunity. After all, benefits are an employer’s biggest investment in their employees.

Throughout my career in benefits consulting, I couldn’t help but notice that employers often bury the lede on the true value of their employee benefits. Even at the most opportune times to bring out the humblebrag on health care or other perks, it’s crickets.

Read more: https://www.benefitspro.com/2021/12/07/do-your-employees-have-compensation-fomo-try-highlighting-the-value-of-benefits/

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Do your employees have compensation FOMO? Try highlighting the value of benefits.

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December 7, 2021
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Summary

Nava Client Manager Grace Prentice advises HR leaders not to wait for employees to leave in search of greener pastures before you begin highlighting just how green your benefits are.

Considering just how much employers spend on benefits, you’d think they’d tout this value at any given opportunity. After all, benefits are an employer’s biggest investment in their employees.

Throughout my career in benefits consulting, I couldn’t help but notice that employers often bury the lede on the true value of their employee benefits. Even at the most opportune times to bring out the humblebrag on health care or other perks, it’s crickets.

Read more: https://www.benefitspro.com/2021/12/07/do-your-employees-have-compensation-fomo-try-highlighting-the-value-of-benefits/

Grace Prentice
Client Manager
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Do your employees have compensation FOMO? Try highlighting the value of benefits.

December 7, 2021
Summary

Nava Client Manager Grace Prentice advises HR leaders not to wait for employees to leave in search of greener pastures before you begin highlighting just how green your benefits are.

Considering just how much employers spend on benefits, you’d think they’d tout this value at any given opportunity. After all, benefits are an employer’s biggest investment in their employees.

Throughout my career in benefits consulting, I couldn’t help but notice that employers often bury the lede on the true value of their employee benefits. Even at the most opportune times to bring out the humblebrag on health care or other perks, it’s crickets.

Read more: https://www.benefitspro.com/2021/12/07/do-your-employees-have-compensation-fomo-try-highlighting-the-value-of-benefits/

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Do your employees have compensation FOMO? Try highlighting the value of benefits.

Considering just how much employers spend on benefits, you’d think they’d tout this value at any given opportunity. After all, benefits are an employer’s biggest investment in their employees.

Throughout my career in benefits consulting, I couldn’t help but notice that employers often bury the lede on the true value of their employee benefits. Even at the most opportune times to bring out the humblebrag on health care or other perks, it’s crickets.

Read more: https://www.benefitspro.com/2021/12/07/do-your-employees-have-compensation-fomo-try-highlighting-the-value-of-benefits/

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Grace Prentice

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