Medical insurance remains the number one benefit regardless of where employees are based.

Nearshore Americas | April 5, 2024

Medical insurance remains the number one benefit. This is the case regardless of where employees are based; whether in the US, UK, India, or Sri Lanka, commented Avadhesh Dixit, Chief HR Officer. It’s important to note that the appeal of certain benefits varies depending on an individual’s life stage. For example, younger employees may not necessarily value life insurance as much as older ones.

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