Jars with coins and expenses labeled After looking at employees' wants and needs for benefits, employers can begin to think outside the box and plan their specialty accounts. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Companies are constantly looking for ways to enrich their employee benefits. To support employees during these challenging times, policies need to reflect what's happening in an active work environment without compromising employee happiness or productivity. It's becoming commonplace for employers to turn to fringe benefits like FSA, HSA, commuter benefits, etc. A study of business leaders from Care.com found that nearly 98% of employers plan to offer a new benefit or expand at least one employee benefit in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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