Flexible benefits plans: Why and how to offer customizable perks

Five months ago, Pablo’s company announced that all employees could choose where to work from. They could continue going to the office as usual, work from home, or even choose a hybrid model. Pablo was among the first ones to transition to remote work. He had a long commute, and now, working from home, he could save a lot of time and spend it with family and friends. And he was really happy about it. At first.

Soon, he realized that by working remotely, he missed almost all the benefits he had. Free breakfast and lunch, workout classes in the office, and state-of-the-art tech. Now, he had to pay on his own if he wanted to access the same perks. And that felt like a salary decrease, especially given that his colleagues who chose to work from the office could still enjoy these benefits for free. It wasn’t long before Pablo started to look for a new job, one that would offer him benefits he would be able to use…

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