The activities required to properly design, develop, implement and maintain flexible and voluntary benefits schemes are definitely quite demanding. The process necessary to introduce a new plan habitually requires between three and twelve months (Furness, 2006). It is thus absolutely comprehensible that employers prior to introduce these arrangements want to be sure that these will be valued and appreciated by their staff. This requirement assumes an even greater importance to employers by reason of the current economic scenario, dominated by a high degree of uncertainty. Organizations are constantly prompted to face growing economic hardships so that attaining an adequate ROI on every expense incurred and developing schemes which are worth the efforts required to introduce them definitely represent the prime objective employers need to meet (Lovewell, 2011).