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The case for Flexible Benefits in Ireland white paper

With the economic recovery well under way and many employers focusing on a differentiated approach to reward and benefits, the growth in adoption of the flexible and online benefits model is now established and seemingly set to continue at a faster pace as more and more employers look to the model to empower choice, raise awareness of total reward and drive better engagement around benefits.

With the multiplicity of needs in today’s multi-generational, multi-cultural workforce, the use of flexible benefits to ensure benefits and reward are relevant to each individual employee is growing in popularity. Couple this with the ability of technology to more effectively communicate, personalise and enrich the employee experience and the business case is significant.

In this paper, we explore the macro trends driving the global benefits shift, the generational divide in the workforce in Ireland and how employers can adapt the model to meet the needs of their business and employees more effectively than ever before.

 

 

 

Beech Hill Pension Trustees Limited t/a Aon Employee Benefits is regulated by The Central Bank of Ireland.

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The case for Flexible Benefits in Ireland white paper

Many employers are now focusing on a differentiated approach to reward and benefits. The growth in adoption of the flexible and online benefits model is now established and seemingly set to continue at a faster pace. Read more.

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