Research reveals that one-third of large organisations (with over 250 employees) do not measure any staff appreciation of employee benefits.
New research by GRiD, the industry body for the group risk sector, has revealed that over a third of large organisations do not measure the staff appreciation of employee benefits.
This lack of effective communication between HR and staff is not new as HRreview previously reported that almost half of employers believe that their workers do not understand all the benefits on offer to them.
Furthermore, this lack of collecting data linked to staff appreciation of employee benefits extends beyond large organisations. Similarly, over half of all small and medium enterprises (54 per cent) and up to 68 per cent of micro businesses (that have under 10 employees) do not measure staff appreciation either.
For those HR teams that did report collecting data on the popularity of specific employee benefits, 34 per cent of all businesses – and specifically, 41 per cent of large organisations – did so using a formal survey.
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