Research shows that just over half of employers think that their workforce are aware of and understand all the benefits on offer to them.
A new survey by GRiD, an industry body for group risk, shows that only 57 per cent of employers think that their employees are aware of and understand all the benefits contained in their benefit package.
Almost three in 10 employers (28 per cent) responded that their workforce is aware of all of the benefits but does not understand all of them. Furthermore, one in 10 (10 per cent) employers think that their staff is only aware of some benefits, as opposed to all of them.
In addition to this, almost four in 10 employees (35 per cent) have stated that their company does not communicate benefits or do not remember whether they do.
Research suggests that this gap between employers and their workers is linked to the way benefit packages are communicated.
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