Why the Morphoses platform is the ideal employee benefit
Employers often offer employee benefits in addition to regular salaries. These benefits can range from medical insurance, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, retirement planning and more. Good employee benefits offerings can attract and retain top talent, while improving employee productivity and engagement. According to Forbes, a study by the Society for Human Resource Management found that 60% of employees said employee benefits were extremely or very important when considering whether to stay with their current employer.
The four main types of employee benefits are:
1. Health and wellness benefits: including health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, prescription drug coverage, employee assistance programs and wellness programs.
2. Financial and retirement benefits: such as pension plans, employee stock ownership plans, profit-sharing plans and financial planning assistance.
3. Time-off and leave benefits: including vacation days, sick days, paid holidays, parental leave and extended leave.
4. Work-life balance benefits: such as flexible work arrangements, telecommuting, child care assistance and eldercare assistance .
At Morphoses, we understand the challenge of having a full-time job while being a parent. And we know that childcare employee benefits can enable working parents to better manage their work-life balance. This is why we have worked hard to create a unique employee childcare benefit; soft skills learning.
With access to the Morphoses platform, employee’s kids are introduced to a range of interactive and fun classes that cultivate the most fundamental skills of all; soft skills. Young learners aged 6–17 years can choose the class that better suits their needs, connect with others worldwide, communicate and interact. All they need is access to the internet. Everything else is up to the Morphoses well-trained and experienced tutors!
The kids explore the world of soft skills, all in the comfort of their home. As for parents, they can use this time for themselves, while their children spend some quality time learning and acquiring new skills, which are important for both their personal and social lives.
Sounds like a win-win situation, doesn’t it?