As Baby Boomers and some Gen X continue transitioning into retirement and the insurance industry becomes more dependent on Millennial and Gen Z employees, organizations need to take a long hard look at their benefits packages to make sure they are suitable for the next generations.
In today's workplace, most insurers have transitioned to perks like casual dress with a “dress for your day” approach where jeans, or even shorts, are acceptable as long as you are not seeing customers. To appeal to more and more young professionals, organizations must think beyond the obvious perks — to more unusual and creative benefits. What benefits can help your organization stand out to potential employees?
Provided by The Jacobson Group
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