While you might be making your traditional March Madness bracket predictions this week, the BENEFITS Madness continues into week three! Which of your favorite innovative employee benefit offerings are advancing along? Continue voting and following along to find out!

It came down to just seconds on the clock between team “Standing, treadmill or stationary bike desks” and “Paid time off on birthday,” with those deskercisers pulling through at the end. “Healthy snacks” had no chance against “Summer hours,” with 88% of the votes going to summer hours. “Child-care subsidies/on-site care” won with a buzzer beater against “Student loan repayment assistance” in a very close match up.

Benefits are in the spotlight now more than ever, as organizations look to attract, retain, and develop their talent. As you’re voting, you may just pick up a few ideas that have not been on your radar—These could make a big difference within your organization.

[Benefits Madness: Week 1]
[Benefits Madness: Week 2]


Continue voting below (8 games are left) and embrace the madness!

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Keep checking the Word on Benefits blog to find out which favorite innovative benefit picks are heading to the next round!

View full bracket here.

Anne Patterson

Marketing Communications Manager at the International Foundation

Favorite Foundation Product: Foundation Community. It’s like LinkedIn but only for Foundation members. They can post questions, share best practices, etcall with fellow members who also live and breathe employee benefits.

Benefits-related Topics That Interest Her Most: Workplace wellness (especially mental health), diversity, equity and inclusion, behavioral decision making, family-friendly benefits, payroll audits.

Personal Insight: When she’s not busy analyzing the inner workings of her toddler’s brain (does anyone actually know?!), Anne finds joy in home renovation and décor, haiku writing, watching Jeopardy, creating charcuterie boards, and bicycling.

1 Comment

  1. Valerie Mammie

    Great event!

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