As they grapple with the complexities of the post-pandemic world, organisations are increasingly recognising the need to tailor their benefits offerings to meet the evolving needs and expectations of their workforce.

From flexible working arrangements to initiatives promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), the emphasis is on holistic benefits packages that resonate with employees on a deeper level.

This report, supported by AIA, presents findings from CIPD Asia’s new survey on employers' provision of employee benefits. It explores:

  • the current trends impacting the benefits landscape
  • employer priorities and challenges in designing benefits programmes
  • the types of benefits being provided and future plans
  • attitudes towards third-party benefits providers.

The report highlights the current state of practices and offers practical recommendations for navigating the complexities of benefits design within budgetary constraints. By leveraging analytics, gathering employee feedback, and embracing digital platforms, organisations can enhance the effectiveness of their benefits programmes while maximising operational efficiency.

Asia employee benefits report

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