How DEI, the Great Resignation are changing benefits—for good

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An overwhelming number of employers are planning to revamp their benefits strategy, new research finds, a change fueled by a hot job market, rising benefits costs, diversity efforts and the continuing pandemic.

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Consulting firm Willis Towers Watson found in its new, annual benefits trends survey that more than two-thirds of employers (69%) plan to differentiate and customize their benefit programs over the next two years, a sharp increase from 23% today. Nearly three in four respondents (73%) cite an increased focus on DEI as driving their benefits strategy, followed by tight labor markets (53%) and rising benefit costs (50%). Results of

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