Pandemic-weary employees are craving experiences and travel remains high on their priority list after two long years of lockdowns, restrictions, and disruptions. With workplace burnout also on the rise, people are looking for more ways to strike a better work-life balance to refuel and better their mental health.
How can companies improve their employee’s quality of life and at the same time attract and retain top talent? By providing employer-sponsored travel benefits that assist and reward employees with travel and discounts on their vacations.
In a recent HRO Today article, arrivia Chief People & Diversity Officer Jennifer Strauel shares how travel is an underused benefit that meets the concerns of today’s workforce, how travel benefits work, and how companies can use them to build, maintain, and help their workforce avoid burnout.