Are employees involved in choosing benefits?
[imagelink="91"]The study emphasized that the decision related to the benefits packages is made without involving employees very much. Thus, only 40% of the interviewed companies consult their employees before offering them a new benefit.
The differences among medium and small companies are also visible in terms of the degree of employee involvement: medium companies involve employees in proportion of 36%, while large companies, with more than 250 employees, consult their employees in proportion of 58%.
[imagelink="92"]Moreover, among the employees who are requested to give an opinion on the choice of extra-salary benefits, 79% are involved in the decision at idea proposal level, while 25% get involved by choosing from a predefined list of benefits.