In episode 48, Coffey talks with Ravi Swaminathan about engaging the “whole employee” when considering nontraditional benefits.

They discuss how “the Great Resignation” has changed employee expectations and needs; the difference between “work-life balance” and “work-life integration; managing productivity in a remote or hybrid environment; using benefits to enrich work culture; the relation between flexibility and productivity; measuring the ROI of any benefits offering; and how employers can achieve loyalty that converts to attraction, retention, and engagement of high-performing talent.

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Ravi Swaminathan

Ravi Swaminathan

Ravi Swaminathan is the founder and CEO of TaskHuman, a real-time digital coaching platform that connects each employee 1:1 with a global network of coaches over video call in nearly 1000 topics of daily work and personal life.

1 Comment

  1. Vivian Parr

    Great episode. Professional speaker. It’s important to look at the whole person with out others thinking that HR has favorites.


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