What discretionary benefits in your total rewards strategy do you plan on adding the most diversity, over the next 12 months, in order to attract/retain top talent?

Supplemental insurance policies0%

Retirement planning100%

Financial wellness programs0%

Learning & development programs0%

Networking & career advancement programs0%

Corporate perks & discounts0%

Employee stock options0%

Family planning0%

Paid time off0%

Other (comment below)0%

Not applicable0%


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Director of HR in Transportation, Self-employed
Every organization exists for a purpose. Our aspirations guide us to accomplish our purpose, reach our vision, our guiding star. One of the aspirations is to be the most admired employer in our industry. Our benefits are primarily driven based on our organizational values and the market presence. We empower the respective markets to decide upon what would be the right benefits for them, because every market has its own demand and supply challenges along with people who best understand those needs. We empower our Market Leaders along with the HR community which includes the Total Rewards Specialists and People & Culture Business Partners, to decide upon which benefits would make real business impacts in terms of talent attraction, and retention
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