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The age of agility: Flexible, adaptable and resilient benefits

by Darwin | HR Technology

A healthy employee experience is now central to business survival.

The global pandemic has radically changed the way we think about work. Not only have more than 40% of employees started to work from home, virtually every employee is now concerned about the hygiene, safety, and productivity of their entire work experience. And HR departments have been jumping into action.

For HR, the impact has been huge – rarely has the spotlight shone so brightly on this function, and many felt the strain as they do their best to support their employees through this incredibly difficult time, while also trying to maintain operations. In particular, the huge rise in remote working exposed flaws in many employers’ benefits packages and benefits management systems (or lack of systems, in some cases).

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