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Why Employers Provide Benefits Beyond Legal Requirements

The United States mandates only four benefits, yet U.S. employers provide many other benefits - such as health insurance, retirement benefits, and paid vacations - voluntarily. Why do so many employers provide these benefits even though they are not legally required to do so?

A customer survey for Landmark Company reports that people do not trust what sales representatives say about their firm's products. How might you use the compensation system to help change this negative image?

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The United States mandates only four benefits, yet U.S. employers provide many other benefits - such as health insurance, retirement benefits, and paid vacations - voluntarily. Why do so many employers provide these benefits even though they are not legally required to do so?

US employers tend to provide many other benefits to their employees, due to the fact that employers are seeking to retain as many of their highly talented employees as possible. In order for employees to seek to remain with an organization, employees must see that there are lucrative incentives that would cause them to desire to remain with the organization, in lieu of going to another organization, which may offer the incentives that they seek. So it is imperative that US employers provide their employees with the best benefit packages possible, in order to help to curtail the number of employees that seek employment with their ...

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