Benefit programmes can be an expensive business for employers, especially multinationals. In many industries, however, such programmes have not been overhauled for some time, and all too often tradition, rather than actual need, dictates spending.
This case study explains how KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, implemented an evidence-based global benefits strategy that would reduce costs, promote sustainability and increased productivity, and lead to better health outcomes for its employees.
It outlines the approach the organisation took to:
- Define and understand employee benefits and well-being.
- Engage the wider business and embed its well-being brand.
- Optimise and evolve its programme using data and insights.
Read our "Corporate Values and Health and Well-being Benefits at KONE" case study: