Reader: 2022 Rewards in the workplace

So tell me what you want, what you really, really want?

Do Aussies want a cool office with a ping pong table and beer on tap?

We asked hundreds of Aussies what they wanted from their workplace rewards and incentives platform and honestly, we’re not surprised with the results. 

Facts are facts


76% of employees said workplace benefits either made them feel acknowledged, appreciated, happy or gave them the desire to work harder. 

1 in 3 (31%) respondents said their benefits made them feel appreciated, and 1 in 4 (26%) felt acknowledged.


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Ping pong tables are out, money and flexibility are in


When it comes to rewards from employers, it’s unsurprising that cash is king, with 50% of survey respondents it’s their number one preference.

29% of respondents reported that over the next 12 months, work-life balance was their biggest concern, with 25% concerned about their financial security.


22% respondents thought their workplace benefits were not easy to access, use, and manage. 1 in 10 (12%) respondents did not have access to workplace rewards or benefits.


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So what?

There will be five key factors businesses will need to take into consideration to ensure both employee productivity and wellness needs are met.


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