Help from psychologists and personal development support in place of shopping vouchers, fitness packages, and Thursday Fruits. This is what the job market will look like after the pandemic. The first platform for companies wanting to change the approach to benefits and employee care was created in Poland. Its founder is psychologist Małgorzata Ohme.
The coronavirus pandemic has spoiled a lot of companies. We’re not just talking about fast-forwarding to remote work. Much has changed in terms of employee benefits. The popularity of “Fruit Thursday” is declining, due to restrictions, sports cards are definitely less popular. However, there is a growing need for a wide range of medical packages, which should come as no surprise when looking at the situation in healthcare.
Showed by, among other things, the Active Report “The Future of Well-Being and Employee Benefits – A New Ranking”. It appears to be less than 74 percent. Employees believe that the most important thing in our current benefits package must be a flexible approach to where and when they work. An employer’s offer of the medical package became a priority too – indicated by 73.3 percent. Threads.
The psychological, social and economic damage of the pandemic poses a serious threat to companies’ business. In an age of an overburdened healthcare system, the most attractive benefits are those that help deal with stress, anxiety, occupational burnout or employee depression.
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