February 20, 2020

It’s only natural for a company’s office of finance to think of benefits programs as a financial burden. They do, after all, account for more than 30% of total headcount expenses.1

For a financial leader, employee benefits represent a large fixed cost that needs to be mitigated — particularly as the cost of healthcare continues to rise. But what if you could look at benefits through a different lens? What if, instead of being a static cost, your employee benefits program was really an area of high ROI?