Apr 25, 2022
Offering additional benefits can increase the chances of not only drawing in attractive candidates, but also retaining your current workforce. In today’s job market, a high salary alone is no longer enough to entice high-quality candidates. Companies instead will need to consider offering additional benefits that appeal to job seekers looking for flexibility in their work lives and more meaning from the work they do. From the ability to work from home and more PTO to programs dedicated to developing employees professionally, adopting these benefits may allow employers to draw in more prospects and retain their current workforce. Below, 10 members of Newsweek Expert Forum each share one perk companies should consider offering to attract top candidates in today’s competitive work environment.
Institute for Child Success
Headquartered in Greenville, SC, the Institute for Child Success (ICS) is a private, nonpartisan research and applied policy organization. ICS was created to transform the situation for children in our community, throughout South Carolina, and across the nation and to shape the dialogue regarding how we should secure the future for our community’s youngest children. ICS is an incubator of new knowledge, a trusted advisor to governments, foundations, and nonprofits hungry to improve outcomes for the children they serve.