RESEARCH PAPER

The Great Resignation: Can Effective Employee Benefit Programs Solve the Problem? 

Artemis Health teamed up with Employee Benefit News to conduct original research into the goals, challenges, and changes affecting employee benefits leaders. In this research paper, we’ll explore: 

  • How employee feedback plays an outsized role in benefits strategy
  • Why employee benefits leaders struggle to measure point solution ROI
  • The need for benefits programs that attract and retain talent
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A peek at what’s inside. 

Employee feedback reigns supreme as the #1 source relied upon to make benefits plan decisions. It is followed by internal benefits reporting and benefits analytics/data warehouse technology.

It’s worth noting that these results do vary by company size. Employee feedback is most important to employers with 500 to 2,000 employees or those with over 10,000 employees.

Employee opinions are a crucial part of crafting a successful, attractive benefits package. Paired with objective data sources, their feedback can provide a look at what’s popular and most likely to lead to engagement. However, employee feedback is just a jumping off point. Employers must access and successfully mine their benefits and healthcare data to find out what’s working, what’s delivering better outcomes, and which programs are offering a return on investment. 

Innovators choose Artemis.