What's it gonna take to get you into this employee perk?"
Sounds like something you didn't think you'd find yourself saying to your employees.
"Maximizing benefits usage" probably isn't even on your job description.
But it's something you should consider.
One of the main roles of HR is to maximize the ROI your company sees from its benefits and perk portfolio.
Not just the headliner health and PTO benefits, but all the way down to the EAPs, employee discount programs, vision and dental, ping pong tables, free coffee and everything else on the roster.
Employee health and longevity come from the value they receive from working with your company. That includes their compensation, achievement, recognition, comfort, advancement, and so on.
Benefits are a major part of that value. If you really want employees to recognize the full value of your company, employees have to put those benefits to use.
Here's how you can go beyond the standard intraweb posts, emails, and break room posters to get employees active with their benefits and perks options.