Top perks and benefits to win over your employees

by Darren Smith Legal Adviser

There is no denying a fact that happy employees mean higher productivity, more creativity, and fewer turnovers. Many law firms looking to hire Legal Jobs in Canada candidates must understand it and try to make the personal lives of employees as comfortable as they can. The best way to keep your team happy is to invest in attractive benefits and perks. Usually, companies do offer perks, but there is a disconnect between the perks and benefits that employees want and companies offer. Most of the employees these days look for flexible work schedules, ability to commute and compressed work week whenever possible. Though many companies do offer flexible work schedules only a few of them allow remote work options and compressed work week.

Companies understand the value of monetary benefits, and this is the very reason there is a lesser disconnect on this point between them and the employees.

Let’s talk about the top perks and benefits that law firms should offer to the employees looking for Legal Jobs in Canada:

Remote work option: We are familiar with the work-from-home option, but have you ever heard of work from anywhere option even when you are in the office? These days more and more law firms are loosening up and allowing employees to chose the space they think is the best for them to carry out work.

Free coffee and food: Best companies offer a free meal, snack and treat to the employees. Law firms must adapt to it because it will save employees a lot of time and money. Plus it is the best perk for poor meal planners and spontaneous eaters.

Wellness programs: Employees looking for Legal Jobs in Canada are the most valuable resources for any law firm. It is hence, the duty of the company to invest in their health and wellness. The health and wellness programs can include yearly medical checkups, paid gym memberships or on-site yoga classes.

Paid time off: Employees value paid time off; law firms must offer them paid time off if they are ill or on vacation.

Maternity/ paternity leave: Companies must understand the value of offering maternity and paternity leave to the employees. They should offer them paid time off.

Retirement savings plans: Companies must motivate employees to save for retirement. They should match contributions up to a certain limit, which employees like and it encourages them to stick to the firm.

If companies offer above mentioned perks and benefits to the employees or candidates looking for Legal Jobs in Canada, they are likely to stick to your firm.

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