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Benefits preferences: 2017/2018 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey

The employee voice: more security, more flexibility, more choice.

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May 1, 2018

Willis Towers Watson 2017 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey finds that employees given choice and flexibility today are twice as likely to feel their benefit program meets their needs.

The 2017/2018 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey shows that employees are expressing a wide range of preferences within and across benefits.

Many employers have already introduced more choice and flexibility into their benefit packages, especially in developed markets, and more are thinking about it. In the U.K., flexible benefits are common, and in the U.S. more than three-quarters of companies offer a choice of health plan options and two-thirds offer voluntary benefits.

According to Willis Towers Watson’s latest employer research, more than half of employers throughout Asia Pacific, Latin America and Europe intend to introduce more choices and/or greater flexibility into their benefit programs over the next three years.

In this video, Jonathan Gardner, senior economist at Willis Towers Watson, discusses how choice and flexibility in benefits can help employers respond to employee demand and the divergent needs of various workforce segments.

How to offer benefit choice, avoid choice overload and reap the reward

Jonathan Gardner, senior economist at Willis Towers Watson, discusses how choice...

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