MetLife’s 9th Annual Study of Employee Benefits Trends

Well, it’s that time of year again.  The MetLife Benefits Trend Survey is available now.

It is always packed with great information and this year is no exception.  It is definitely worth a few minutes of your time to read and digest.  Take a look. . .

The 9th Annual Study of Employee Benefit Trends delivers a clear message to employers: Bolster employee loyalty and satisfaction or economic recovery may arrive with unanticipated setbacks for retention and productivity.

This year’s findings reveal a workforce that has grown more dissatisfied and disloyal, to the point where one in three employees hopes to be working elsewhere in the next twelve months. Yet employers do not appear to be tuned in to this potential flight risk. Focused on the challenging business environment, employers remain confident of strong levels of employee job satisfaction and loyalty. A loyal and satisfied workforce is part of the foundation of business growth. Widening cracks in this foundation may force employers to pay a price in reduced retention and productivity when the job market improves.




  1. Total Compensation · March 31, 2011

    Interesting about how employees are getting more and more disloyal. Employee retention is definitely overlooked when it shouldn’t be. Too bad more companies don’t provide interesting perks and personalized benefits — could save a ton in the long run.

  2. mashilomj · June 8, 2011

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