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Creating Human-Centric Employee Experiences and Work Environments
Did you know today's workforce is increasingly less satisfied with their benefits, creating a challenge for organizations trying to create a positive employee experience and improve employee retention?
Download this year's Employee Benefit Trends Study to find out:
Backed by 21 years of research, MetLife’s Employee Benefit Trends Study is the longest running report on trends in employee benefits and workforce dynamics. Our insights power the benefits landscape – helping employers make better decisions and reach talent management goals.
"The Employee Benefit Trends Study has become a really important reference piece that we use as a part of our strategy planning—it’s a highly regarded source of data."
— Justin Truckenbrod, President and Partner, Lockton Minneapolis
Employee Care Pays Off
In 2023, job satisfaction is low, the labor market is changing, and employers are struggling to maintain their workforce. Our research shows the solution is simple. When employees feel cared for, they’re more likely to be holistically healthy, happy, and satisfied.
of employees don’t feel cared for by their employers
of employees are holistically healthy
of employees are satisfied with their benefits, the lowest point in the past decade
Employers are facing a labor market in flux, and employees are worse off than in recent years.
What is employee care? Learn how our research backs a definition of care and unpacks what makes employees feel cared for.
See how care translates to action: recommended steps for demonstrating employee care across all elements
Giving you the data, confidence and practical advice you need to transform insights to action and build a stronger, more productive and holistically healthy workforce.
In this episode, we discuss MetLife’s latest Employee Benefit Trends Study and its findings on the state of employer-employee relationships.