New Report Helps Attract, Retain and Reward Top Talent
According to a new Gallagher report, midsize best-in-class employers (100-999 full-time employees) take a long-range view of employees as an investment, rather than a cost of doing business. They are 65% more likely than other midsize employers to enhance wellbeing initiatives to boost the strength of their total rewards. Midsize best-in-class employers also selectively cover benefits and implement related programs — they are 55% more likely than their peers to offer over eight weeks of paid paternity leave for a birth or an adoption.
Gallagher’s 2019 Best-in-Class Benchmarking Analysis identifies the steps top employers are taking to stand out in healthcare cost control and HR management.
Based on data from Gallagher’s 2019 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey, the Best-in-Class Benchmarking Analysis shifts the focus away from ‘averages’ and looks at ways employers can differentiate themselves from their competitors. The report provides employers with insights they can leverage to refine and implement successful strategies for better organizational outcomes.
Download the report and use the findings to build a better workplace, and confidently position your organization for success.
To make the data as relevant as possible, this report focuses on midsize employers with 100–999 full-time employees.