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Year-Round Benefits Experience Leads to Less Employee Turnover

Employers that drive an active, year-round benefits experience could be rewarded with up to a 37% lower employee turnover rate than their peers. 

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This was the main takeaway from data collected from 476 midsize to large employers by benefits management platform and services provider, Benefitfocus.  

The Work Institute estimates that the average cost to an employer of losing a United States-based worker is $15,000. Based on this estimate and the “Benefit Insight Brief,” a company with 10,000 employees that reduces turnover by 10% could retain 70 workers, for a savings of just over a million dollars.

“Our data shows that there are potentially very tangible results available to employers who shift to a more engaged benefits enrollment process and adopt a strategy that encourages employees through education and relevant insights to consider enrolling in appropriate benefits throughout the year,” said Seth Gregorie, senior director of engineering and data science at Benefitfocus. “Our analysis of information from hundreds of midsize to large companies allows us to see a correlation from providing a wide range of benefits to employees, helping them make the best possible choices, and making the process consistent, simple, interactive and timely.”

The research also notes that offering more non-traditional benefits that fit a 52-week benefits strategy can help employers boost retention among Millennials and Generation Z.  

“The correlation of benefits offerings and engagement models to retention implies to us an accelerating importance of progressive forms of employee relationship development as a key retention strategy,” Gregorie said.


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