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Optimize Your Employee Benefits Package to Retain Employees

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You’ve hired quality talent — but how do you keep good employees from walking out the door? Find out how benefits can give you a competitive edge in this free webinar.

The 2018 Paychex Pulse of HR Survey revealed that 33 percent of HR professionals ranked offering competitive benefits among their top five biggest HR challenges, whether they work in retail, restaurants, professional services, or other industries. If you struggle with this area, don’t miss this important webinar.

Discussion topics include:  

  • The warning signs an employee is about to leave 
  • The role that benefits play in cultivating retention 
  • Legally required and discretionary benefits 
  • Benefits that appeal most to employees today 
  • “Top-down” strategies you can use to build a portfolio of benefits that can help you retain one of your most important assets — your employees! 

* This content is for educational purposes only, is not intended to provide specific legal advice, and should not be used as a substitute for the legal advice of a qualified attorney or other professional. The information may not reflect the most current legal developments, may be changed without notice and is not guaranteed to be complete, correct, or up-to-date.