Principal survey: Company benefits significantly boost employee retention, loyalty
When asked about the impact of their employee benefits, 75% of respondents said their company offerings have significantly increased employee retention, as compared to 25% who the offerings have had some impact.
By Warren S. Hersch|May 09, 2012 at 11:48 AM
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Three in four business executives at companies deemed best-in-class in respect to employee benefits say their company benefits significantly boost employee retention and loyalty, according to a new report.
Principal Financial Group, Des Moines, Iowa, published this finding a survey titled “The Principal 10 Best Companies for Employee Financial Security.” Based on interviews with executives at 20 of 58 companies surveyed in a fall 2011 poll, the study explores best practices used by the firms to achieve greater financial well-being for their employees.
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