The cofounder of a benefits company outlines a framework for assessing exactly what employees need instead of providing traditional cookie-cutter packages.
The world of work looks astonishingly different than it did just three to four months ago. In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, companies around the world have shifted to remote-first cultures, some even going as far as allowing employees the option to work from home indefinitely. Working parents are wearing extra hats, acting not only as colleagues and managers but as school teachers, summer camp counselors, and full-time caregivers.
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