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Keep up with Fringe and how they are chang­ing employ­ee ben­e­fits and com­pa­ny cul­tures. Dig in.

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How to Budget for the Cost of Employee Benefits

Employ­ee ben­e­fits come in all shapes and sizes. When most peo­ple think of employ­ee ben­e­fits, the first things that come to mind might be med­ical insur­ance, life insur­ance, dis­abil­i­ty insur­ance and retire­ment ben­e­fits. How­ev­er, employ­ee ben­e­fits have changed sub­stan­tial­ly over time.

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Turo, World’s Largest Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Company, Joins Fringe

At Fringe, we want to meet employ­ees at their needs. We’re mak­ing good on that com­mit­ment by offer­ing Turo, the world’s largest car rental mar­ket­place, as a ven­dor on our plat­form start­ing today.

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New Fringe Survey: COVID-19 Puts Spotlight on Lifestyle Benefits

We recent­ly con­duct­ed a sur­vey of 700 full-time employ­ees to bet­ter under­stand the shift­ing atti­tudes towards employ­ee ben­e­fits and perks. The biggest find­ing? Employ­ees want ben­e­fits that sup­port their cur­rent lifestyle — what we at Fringe call lifestyle ben­e­fits.” Alarm­ing­ly, not all employ­ers are meet­ing this demand.

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Adapting to Work in the Face of a Pandemic

There’s a huge adjust­ment to make as mil­lions of employ­ees are now stay­ing home to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It’s time to col­lab­o­rate and keep morale high, but also to not be afraid to adjust how we do busi­ness. We still have our orga­ni­za­tion’s per­for­mance goals and rev­enue objec­tives to attain, but we can get cre­ative about how we meet them. But, even more impor­tant­ly, we need to care for our peo­ple. Let’s encour­age our teams with com­pas­sion and under­stand­ing as, togeth­er, we learn how to nav­i­gate our new world of work.

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Millennials in the Workforce: Identity

With an unprece­dent­ed five gen­er­a­tions in today’s work­force, peo­ple and cul­ture pro­fes­sion­als face the unique chal­lenge of unit­ing employ­ees in the midst of this gen­er­a­tional diver­si­ty. As the fastest grow­ing gen­er­a­tion in the work­force pop­u­la­tion, mil­len­ni­als are poised to make their marks on today’s rapid­ly chang­ing cul­tur­al land­scape. How­ev­er, despite their cre­ative ener­gy, mil­len­ni­als are often mis­un­der­stood when it comes to work, par­tic­u­lar­ly in regard to identity

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Why an Employer Brand is Essential

The mod­ern employ­ee iden­ti­fies deeply with their work and with the com­pa­ny they work for. They are sim­ply look­ing for a home. When this hap­pens, employ­ees become sub­scribers. They sub­scribe to the vision, the mis­sion, the cul­ture, the pur­pose — the employ­er brand. A sub­scriber stays, and not only do they stay, but they evan­ge­lize to oth­ers why they ought to become sub­scribers as well. THIS is why your employ­er brand is so incred­i­bly essential.

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The Other 16 Hours

A mean­ing­ful rela­tion­ship with an employ­ee (and make no mis­take, this is the expec­ta­tion) means car­ing for the whole per­son all the time. We must stop com­part­men­tal­iz­ing. Stop believ­ing that our care for our peo­ple ends at 5:00pm.

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