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Why Your Employee Benefits Package Needs Concierge Services

Take a moment and think about your day. What is on your to-do list? If it involves eight hours of work, a few errands and then heading home you’re in good company.

Working adults have a lot of things on their plates each day. We make notes, we plan, we ask favors of others and oftentimes we can’t get it all done. Think about your to-do list again, and this time, imagine what it would be like if you had someone to take care of your errands and you could simply focus on your occupation, your family and even a little extra “me” time.

If you think that would sound appealing to your employees consider adding an employee concierge service to your employee benefits portfolio. Having a trusted person to help your employees take care of small, time-consuming or daunting tasks is invaluable.

If you’re looking for a fresh and innovative way to improve the benefits at your organization, hiring a concierge service may be the answer.  By providing a helping hand to your employees, you are freeing up time during the day that they may be spending on non-work-related activities. In addition, you are clearing their minds, allowing them to focus and improve their productivity. When you are pressed for time, you spend as little time on each task as possible in order to squeeze everything in. With a concierge, employees can put their time and effort into important tasks, and a concierge can take care of the rest. As an employer, you can rest assured that your employees are free to focus on work.

Employer-Provided concierge service makes employees feel valued.  Offering a service that allows employees to spend more time with their families shows you care about their well-being and personal lives, and in return, employees tend to be more dedicated to their employer.

Hiring a concierge can also have an effect on your organization’s ability to attract and retain top talent. By providing benefits that go above and beyond, you can help attract talented team members. With an invaluable service provided for them, employees are more likely to remain loyal to your organization.

Weighing the pros and cons can help you decide whether a concierge service is right for you personally or for the employees at your organization.  We encourage you to research your options because concierge providers vary drastically in the types and scope of services they provide.