In their second month with Compt, 76% of their team was using their perk stipends on meaningful, relevant perks.
70% of Webflow's team is remote and now they're able to support 100% of their remote team just like their on-site team.
With employees in control of their perks, Webflow only needs to spend 30 minutes a month to manage.
"Compt lets us say “yes” to the varied requests we get for perks by putting the choice in the individual team members’ court."
VP of People, Webflow
After we analyzed the usage of one of Webflow's stipends -- their Health & Wellness stipend -- we noticed their employees chose a wide variety of perks.
Their team received 95 unique perks, in 36 health and wellness related categories, with 22 different gym memberships being used.
How could an HR or People Operations professional be expected to create a program that supports this diversity of need?
Compt meets the demands of a complex workforce through the power of lifestyle spending accounts.
Instead of following the traditional method of HR-purchased perks, Webflow put some money in the hands of employees so they could buy the health and wellness, as well as continuous learning related, perks they want and need most.
Changing the purchasing process allows companies to offer more perks without increasing costs.
Webflow's HQ is in San Francisco and offers their in-office team generous commuter stipends, daily catered lunch, and swanky office design.
With Compt, they were able to support their remote team -- 70% of their company -- just as much.
Compt helps their HR team eliminate the manual work of managing individual perks by removing them from the purchasing equation.
This means more time for HR to focus on other high-value work.
Most companies can’t see their perk adoption rates which means they don’t know who is happy with their perks.
With Compt, Webflow can track participation rates, dollars spent, and measure team or individual engagement, making it easy to develop future company culture initiatives.
We had 330 perk receipts submitted in the month of June. Just imagine if we tried to do this manually or use an expense software, then it would be going through finance, cost more money, and it also wouldn’t be an accurate line item. It’s just much easier to manage this way.
VP of People, Webflow