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Health Benefits Help Engagement

Employee engagement is higher when workforces are satisfied with the health and well-being benefits their employer provides, says research from Quantum Workplace, a workplace survey and employee feedback technology company, and Limeade, a technology company that helps companies build high-performing workforces. The report, ‘Workplace Well-Being: Provide Meaningful Benefits to Energize Employee Health, Engagement, and Performance’ shows that the category of benefits presents an opportunity for employers. "Twelve years of conducting workplace research has shown that employee perceptions of benefits is the single lowest scoring survey category across virtually all companies," says Greg Harris, president and CEO of Quantum Workplace. "But the needle can be moved. When employers use employee feedback to help drive the decisions they make, including the health and well-being benefits they provide, they can improve employee health, engagement, and performance." It finds engagement is lower when employees are less satisfied with their benefits. As well, employees who are unsure if they have benefits are twice as likely to be disengaged compared to those who understand the benefits offered to them.

Courtesy of Benefits and Pensions Monitor website News Alerts 

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