Almost a fifth (18%) of respondents plan to introduce new employee benefits in 2017, just one of the results fromresearch by Secondsight.
The research also found:

95% of respondents will see their benefits budget rise in 2017.
53% of respondents offer employee benefits because they want to look after their employees, 44% use employee benefits as a recruitment tool, and 42% provide employee benefits because they believe they are good for their employees’ wellbeing.
55% of respondents provide employees with access to a wellbeing programme.
29% of respondents would like to offer financial education in 2017, 49% would like to introduce mental health first aid benefits, and 34% plan to implement some form of critical illness or medical insurance this year.
62% of respondents expect the decision to leave the European Union (EU) to impact their HR strategy, and 39% believe that Brexit will make it more difficult to recruit the right people.
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