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Join us to learn how more about modernising your employee benefits offering and keeping up with ever changing landscape.Join us to learn how more about modernising your employee benefits offering and ...

The employee benefits landscape is continuously evolving and at MAXIS we want to help you stay ahead of the game … or, at the very least, make sure you know what the game is!

Our partner MetLife's recent Employee Benefit Trends Studies, covering the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom, reveals that for businesses, enhanced employee engagement to drive productivity is now the priority.

For employees, the focus is the need for greater security and this prioritisation can create an opportunity for employers to attract and then retain the best talent. By offering customised benefits that exceed recent government mandated provisions, companies can work towards becoming long-term preferred employers. 

Our new webinar will touch on a number of themes, including:

  • looking at the evidence of the connection between better benefits and engagement
  • the correlation between financial wellness and engagement
  • giving employees the opportunity to personalise their benefits
  • a shifting wellness focus.

MetLife’s Employee Benefits Trend Studies look at the macroeconomic trends that are disrupting the norms of employee benefits content and provision and forcing corporates to think again.

Do you think you can learn something? Then register now and join us to learn how more about modernising your employee benefits offering and keeping up with ever changing landscape.

To read the full UAE and UK EBTS reports, simply click on benefittrends.metlife.com.

As a leading global provider of employee benefits, MetLife has been conducting its Employee Benefit Trends Studies (EBTS) for over 13 years across 12 countries. The aim is to help employers understand how benefits can be used as a strategic lever to drive both commitment and engagement from their employees. MetLife’s EBTS is one of the world’s most comprehensive workplace studies and looks at the compensation, benefits, health and wellness and communication programmes that attract employees and keep them healthy, productive, loyal and primed to make a positive impact.