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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

Why Gen X workers want different benefits

2023-11-15 13:02

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Why Gen X workers want different benefits

In a competitive labour market, employers who offer customised benefits are making themselves more attractive to Gen X employees...

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An increasing number of companies across the globe are rolling out benefits that address Gen X-ers' specific mid-life health and lifestyle concerns. 

 

In a competitive labour market, employers who offer customised benefits are making themselves more attractive - by signalling a level of support that's increasingly sought after in today's workplace. 

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