If your return to the office is unlikely to happen this year, you’re probably settling in for the long haul--and saving money on rent, travel, and office amenities.
Many companies are reallocating those funds toward employee perks, including a whole range of new benefits meant to meet new needs, from mental health pressures to child care obligations. Some are logical extensions of standard in-office fare: For example, plenty of businesses accustomed to footing the bill for lunch meetings and well-stocked office pantries now are sending snacks straight to staffers’ homes. Or, they’re giving employees expense budgets for meals or groceries.
Other pandemic perks are more creative. Mental health care benefits was already a growing trend in workplaces pre-coronavirus, but businesses now seem more willing than ever before to experiment with tactics like four-day workweeks, more generous vacation policies, and flexible scheduling. But wait--there’s more! Read our story for four ideas to help keep your team happy, healthy, and engaged through the rest of the year and beyond.
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