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Using Employee Benefits to Improve Company Culture

Learn how your company's corporate culture can be improved thanks to your employee benefits program --- via CBG Benefits.

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In the minds of your company’s workforce, is your employee benefits program viewed as an afterthought? Do employees only view health and dental insurance as something that they expect to receive, right along with their paycheck? And in regards to your company’s management team, do they only view employee benefits as a service that must be provided?

In businesses of many shapes and sizes, those two viewpoints are prevalent.

However, when viewed and utilized properly, an employee benefits program can truly have a positive impact as employers and employees try to achieve their goals.

Benefits and Company Culture

A recent article published by Vegas Inc. highlights four companies that are improving their corporate culture through the use of employee benefits.

Entitled “Money isn’t everything: The right benefits can help change a company’s culture“, the article discusses various benefits and perks that your company may be able to offer. Here were a few that stood out to me:

  • Team-based wellness activities
  • Rewards program based on employee-provided ideas
  • Tuition reimbursement programs
  • Employee purchasing programs

If you have a moment, I encourage you to read the full article.

Start Enhancing Your Employee Benefits Program

If you would like to improve the impact that your company’s employee benefits program is having, I encourage you to contact the CBG Benefits team. We can be reached via phone at 781-759-1222, or via our online contact form.

Our staff will help guide you each step of the way — from analyzing your current benefits program, to surveying employees, to reviewing new benefit options, to better educating your workforce, and more.

We look forward to helping you achieve your goals.

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