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SHRM’s 2014 Strategic Benefits Survey collected data on how organizations leverage benefits to retain employees, including employees at all levels of the organization, highly skilled employees and high performing employees.
This research found that about one-quarter (24%-26%) of respondents indicated their organization leveraged their benefits program to retain employees at all levels of the organization, highly skilled employees and high performing employees in the past 12 months. Health care was the benefit most frequently cited as being leveraged to retain employees at all levels of the organization (74%), high performing employees (60%) and highly skilled employees (70%); retirement savings and planning were also frequently cited as being leveraged to retain employees at all levels of the organization (62%) and high performing employees (54%), whereas more respondents indicated their organization leverages leave benefits and flexible working benefits (both 53%) to retain highly skilled employees.
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