New Study Shows Advantages of Integrated Benefits
From our archives: please be aware that this post was written in 2018. Information about this topic may have changed.
Aptitude Research’s 2018 HR Impact Survey found that organizations achieve better results when they automate and integrate their benefits administration, absence and leave, and compliance reporting.
These organizations are 7 percent less likely to have payroll errors and 36 percent more likely to report improved employee productivity.
In today’s fiscal climate, workforce planning—ensuring that workers are engaged, healthy, and productive while on and off the job—is critically important. By encouraging employees to thrive, businesses themselves are able to flourish.
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According to the study employers benefit from integrating a suite of services that includes:
- Powerful data analytics
- Workforce programming
- Health management tools
This integrated benefits platform infographic boils the research down to answers to three main questions:
- What talent problems are employers trying to solve?
- What is the business value for investing in this technology?
- How do you build buy-in and support?