After more than two years of pandemic disruption, employers have been working to address the important issues of caregiving, burn-out and mental health, while employees reevaluate the traditional terms of employment. To better understand how employers can forge more meaningful connections, New York Life Group Benefit Solutions polled a sample of 1,000 full-time employees who receive insurance benefits through their employer and 500 insurance benefits decision makers to derive insights for organizations to navigate this new landscape effectively.
“...Fortunately, employers have an opportunity to strengthen relationships with their workforce with programs and benefits that support what matters most to employees.”
Vice President and Head of Strategy and Solutions, New York Life Group Benefit Solutions
“Our research shows that companies are beginning to reevaluate pandemic-era policies, which has created a growing disconnect between employers and their employees. Fortunately, employers have an opportunity to strengthen relationships with their workforce with programs and benefits that support what matters most to employees,” said Meg Shea, Vice President and Head of Strategy and Solutions, New York Life Group Benefit Solutions. “This research illuminates a path forward and is the first in a forthcoming series of strategic insights that help employers both support their people and plan for the future.”
Among the findings revealed in a new white paper, Addressing the Employer-Employee Divide in a Post-Pandemic Workplace:
Read more about what organizations can do to rebuild their relationships with employees and connect with New York Life Group Benefit Solutions here.
New York Life Group Benefit Solutions commissioned Morning Consult to conduct an online poll between April 13 and 25, 2022 among a national sample of 1,000 employees who receive benefits at work and 500 employers (insurance benefit decision makers) at their companies. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points.
New York Life and its affiliates are independent of Morning Consult.
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