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Article: Sounding board: Ground is shifting, benefits plans must focus on individuals

Article: Sounding board: Ground is shifting, benefits plans must focus on individuals

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Buck’s Lizann Reitmeier advocates for an industry-wide reassessment of how benefits plans are offered to employees, highlighting how the experience gained in managing benefits during the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis can lead to a more human-centered rewards and benefits program.

This article, published in Benefits Canada, discusses how the crisis provides an opportunity for an industry shift to a more configurable benefits strategy, one that offers employees more individual choice,  leading to more engaged employees who drive improved productivity.

Sounding board: Ground is shifting, benefits plans must focus on individuals

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