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HR – PENSION IS TOP PERK FOR EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES – BUT THERE THE AGREEMENT ENDS

Research by Moneypenny, a leading provider of outsourced telephone and web-based communications, highlights a big gap between the perks promoted by employers and the benefits that workers value most. 

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The Top 10 perks promoted by employers 

  1. Pension (41%) 
  2.  Work from home (22%) 
  3.  Access to a gym (12%) 
  4.  Flexible working (12%) 
  5.  Sick pay (11%) 
  6.  Company events (11%) 
  7.  Casual dress (10%) 
  8.  Bonus scheme (8%) 
  9. Wellness programmes (8%) 
  10.  Bike to work scheme (7%)  (Based on analysis of 1,000 job advertisements on indeed.com)

The Top 10 perks for employees 

  1.  Pension (42%) 
  2.  Sick pay (41%) 
  3. Flexible working (40%) 
  4.  Ability to work from home (30%) 
  5. On-site parking (23%) 
  6.  Death in service insurance (21%) 
  7. Training and ongoing professional development (20%) 
  8. Bonus scheme (19%) 
  9.  Free eye tests (18%) 
  10. Time in lieu (18%)

(Based on a survey of 1,000 office workers)

2018