On its face, a rewards program seems to be exclusively about work-based techniques for attracting, motivating, engaging and retaining employees. Compensation, benefits, employee recognition, talent development and performance management may immediately come to mind.
Work-life balance may get overlooked or put on the back burner because it isn’t solely job-related. Unlike other rewards, it requires a two-dimensional approach, making it very difficult to tackle.
The perfect balance
Studies show that employees want benefits that enhance their work and personal lives. According to a 2017 survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, more than four in 10 employees say they would forgo a wage increase for more work-life benefits. Further, a 2016 survey by Jobvite found…Continue Reading