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[Report] The global benefits tipping point

by Darwin | Employee Benefits

We have reached a global benefits tipping point. Benefits professionals have to balance increasingly conflicting priorities, for example extracting more value out of their benefits offering at a time when cost control is a focus. On top of this, attracting and retaining talent is now the top objective for 82% of organizations, rising from 65% just last year.

Inaction is no longer an option! Our brand new Global Employee Benefits Watch 2018/19 report sheds light on the industry pressures that led us to this tipping point.

Read it now to find out how market-leading organizations are combating rising costs, while attracting and retaining their talent.

 

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