To attract and retain top talent, research suggests someemployers are spending more dollars on richer benefits in lieu ofhigher salaries.

A Society of Human Resource Management survey of 450 employersfound 35% cited having larger benefits packages in 2015, comparedto 28% the year before. This year, these enhanced packagesinclude the rise of new benefits such as company-provided fitnesstrackers as well as more group fitness classes. According to SHRM,17% of employers offer on-site corporate fitness classes, up from14% the year before. Thirteen percent of employers reportedoffering fitness trackers in 2015.

Keeping group fitness fresh

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