Employers can no longer affordto overlook the trend of personalized benefits in themulti-generational workforce. (Photo: Shutterstock)

In recent years, there has been a shift in employee benefits,largely driven by new generations, including millennials and Gen Z,making up a large percentage of the workforce. To attract andretain top talent, your benefits package needs to rise to theoccasion.

Employers can no longer afford to overlook the trend ofpersonalized benefits in the multi-generational workforce. In fact,MetLife reports that 86 percent of millennialsvalue having benefits personalized to meet their individualcircumstances and age. With this generation making up overone-third of the workforce, and baby boomers closing in on retirement, it is imperative foremployers to understand the changes that need to be made with theirexisting benefits packages.

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