Matt Duffy, partnerships manager at Lorica, said that offering an attractive benefits package with job positions, including sales jobs, can only benefit the staff member in the long term.
This in turn will have a positive impact on the company, as the worker is happier and more productive, he explained.
The expert added that there is "a lot more focus" on flexible working, from both an employer's and employee's point of view.
Mr Duffy explained: "This is particularly around childcare and allowing people to trade holiday – to purchase additional leave entitlement from their employer – to help with that work-life balance."
His comments follow the publication of data by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, which showed that public sector employees are most likely to say their standard of living has worsened recently, compared with staff in the private sphere.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Director News