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Employers need to communicate benefits to attract jobseekers - Benefits News

[Image: Bloomberg]Amanda Eisenberg writes for Employee Benefits News about the increasing importance of a good benefits package to people seeking employment.

Read the full original article from Employee Benefits News.

Eisenberg says, “As unemployment rates continue to fall, a new study finds that more than half of employees are open to leaving their jobs. A company’s benefits package is becoming a major factor in where these employees look. Human resources consulting firm Aon Hewitt found that 61% of employees looked for better-than-average benefits to differentiate employers from the competition.” Eisenberg goes on to discuss how companies can help educate current employees on their compensation package and all it includes.

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