Pay Attention To Benefits

Andy Mallon discusses the importance of benefits:

I honestly believe that company benefits tell you more about a company than any formal interview will. The benefits that a company offers to an employee are a sign of how you’ll be treated if you work there. There is definitely a correlation between great benefits and happy employees.

Companies who respect their employees will express that respect through their benefits. (The inverse is also true–companies often have poor benefits because they do not respect their employees.)

Employment is a package deal, so if you’re not paying attention to benefits, you’re missing part of your bottom line.

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