Employee Benefits Survey

Employee Benefits

The SHRM Employee Benefits Survey returns with new insights for 2023.

Embrace Flexibility for the Future

It’s become clear that flexible work is here to stay as businesses adapt to the realities of the modern workforce. Organizations are likely recognizing flexibility as a necessary component of post- pandemic company culture. The Great Resignation demonstrated that employees are ready to leave their current organizations in search of work expectations that are better suited to their desired lifestyles. As applicants and employees continue to seek both remote and hybrid work opportunities, flexibility will only become more crucial in attracting and retaining talent.

Continue below to explore flexible work benefits and what organizations like yours are offering.

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How Do Your Benefits Stack Up?

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Types of Flexible Work

hybrid work

Hybrid Work Opportunities 62%

compressed worksheets

Compressed Workweeks 27%

4 day work weeks

Four Day Workweek 9%

Covering Costs of Remote Work


of organizations offer a subsidy or reimbursement for at-home office or work equipment.


the average cost of at-home office or work equipment that organizations will provide to employees.

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Office Work Technology

The vast majority (95%) cover costs related to work technology, such as computer monitors, keyboards and headsets.


Cell Phone Service

More than one-third (36%) cover costs associated with cellphone service.

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General Office Supplies

Nearly two-thirds (65%) cover the cost of general office supplies, such as pens, notepads and printer ink.

office chair


One in four (25%) cover the cost of chairs.


Well-Being Items

Approximately one-quarter (24%) cover the cost of well-being items, such as chair lumbar supports and standing desks.