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Employee Benefits Trends Study 2020 key findings

Employee Benefits Trends Study 2020 key findings

Now in its 6th year, our Employee Benefits Trends Study 2020 looks at how employees workplace expectations are changing. READ MORE
Supporting holistic workforce wellbeing

Supporting holistic workforce wellbeing

With the lines between work and home life increasingly blurred, and stress mounting due to the global pandemic and its related economic consequences, many Australians are struggling with their health and wellbeing. READ MORE
Strengthening loyalty and productivity through employee benefits

Strengthening loyalty and productivity through employee benefits

The COVID-19 crisis has tested the limits of people and businesses across Australia and the world. No industry has gone untouched, with business owners having to adapt and, in some cases, make difficult decisions when it comes to the support they can provide their workforce. READ MORE
Employees expectations of flexible working arrangements is changing

Employees expectations of flexible working arrangements is changing

The MetLife Australia 2020 Employee Benefits Trends Study has uncovered a disconnect over the meaning of ‘flexibility’, with a call for employers to empower employees when establishing work arrangements. READ MORE
How responsible should organisations be for their employees' financial and mental wellbeing?

How responsible should organisations be for their employees' financial and mental wellbeing?

Expectations are higher than ever when it comes to how accountable organisations should be for their employees' wellbeing. READ MORE
Five reasons to support employees' financial wellbeing

Five reasons to support employees' financial wellbeing

Employees are increasingly concerned about their financial wellness and want the organisations they work for to help them cope, reveals the MetLife Australia 2020 Employee Benefits Trends Study. READ MORE
The flexible work dilemma

The flexible work dilemma

As the post-COVID recovery begins, Australia’s workplaces will be keen to have employees back in the office and to tout remote working as a flexible work benefit once again. READ MORE
Fostering Employee Financial Wellness

Fostering Employee Financial Wellness

Financial wellness is an increasing concern for many Australian workers – and after a turbulent year filled with uncertainty, it’s not hard to see why.  READ MORE
Mental health should be a top priority in the workplace

Mental health should be a top priority in the workplace

COVID-19 has put a greater focus on employee mental health, according to the MetLife Australia 2020 Employee Benefit Trends Study, which also reveals five wellbeing programs employees want most. READ MORE
Should volunteering be part of your workplace mental health strategy?

Should volunteering be part of your workplace mental health strategy?

Sarah Kelly our Director of Communications asks should volunteering be part of a workplace's mental health strategy? READ MORE
What employees want

What employees want

People have a wide range of comfort levels and anxiety when it comes to the physical measures that can be put in place. READ MORE
Return to the office

Return to the office

As the lockdown restrictions begin to ease across Australia, employers are facing a new challenge – how to best support their employees as they return to the office. READ MORE
5 tips for job hunters

5 tips for job hunters

Alex Hunter our Talent Acquisition Manager shares his tips for applying for jobs and interviewing with confidence. READ MORE
Virtual Onboarding

Virtual Onboarding

As the way we work has changed, we have onboarded many new employees remotely, including providing any technical training they may need. Members of our onboarding team provide tips to others looking to onboard staff during these times. READ MORE
Training staff in the time of COVID-19

Training staff in the time of COVID-19

Allyson Carlile, Head of People and Culture, at MetLife Australia talks about people development and the need to adapt during a pandemic. READ MORE

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