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The definition of work-life balance has changed. Have your benefits?

August 25, 2022 In The News 4 min read
Jim Proppe
Most organizations think they offer their staff great work-life balance, but if they haven’t updated their benefits since the pandemic, they’re likely falling behind. In Inc., Jim Proppe discusses how organizations can re-imagine benefits to cultivate strong staff loyalty.
Business professional in casual clothes having a cup of coffee.As I think back on the roller coaster we’ve been on over the past two years, one thing is very clear — the one-size-fits-all approach to staff wellness is a thing of the past. And if your company hasn’t updated its benefits since the pandemic, you’re likely falling behind the competition.

At our 3,500-staff member firm, we’ve worked hard to adjust, and our retention rate is well above the average in the professional services industry. We think the way we’ve adapted to the new workplace environment has been a big factor.

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