The US Dept of Labor employment projections already demonstrate that demands for labor are outstripping supply. This means that it’s getting harder and harder for companies to attract great talent.
High-quality employees are now in a position to be able to consider more than just money when they choose which company they want to work for.
So are you offering candidates more to consider?
There are a lot of things your company offers that would be considered a good incentive to work for you.
Are you offering any of these non-monetary benefits:
- flexible work hours
- discounts on gym memberships
- retirement matching
- tuition assistance
- more autonomy to act independently
- opportunities for growth
- options to telecommute
What Benefits Stand Out?
When you’re trying to decide which of your benefits are the best to present to a potential candidate, ask yourself:
When you talk to friends about your company, and they ask about benefits, what is the first thing you say to them?
Which benefits do you use the most?