Employee Benefits Survey

2018 Survey Results

Employee benefits remain a critical part of the relationship between employers and workers. In addition to serving as an important financial safety net, benefits also act as a recruitment and retention tool. Benefits represent a significant percentage of total employee compensation, as much as 60% in some organizations. This comprehensive employee benefits survey report takes a deep dive into topics heavily impacting the industry landscape including:

  • Pension and retirement plans
  • Health and dental benefits
  • Transgender-inclusive health benefits
  • Prescription drugs
  • Parental leave
  • Paid holidays
  • Vacation and paid-time-off
  • Disability benefits and sick leave
  • Work/life benefits
  • At-work perks

$75 (Nonmembers: $125). This publication is available in e-book format only.

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Members of the media can request a copy from brendah@ifebp.org.

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About This Survey:

Employee Benefits Survey 2018 received responses from single employer (including corporations), multiemployer and public employer plans in the databases of the International Foundation and ISCEBS. In some instances survey design filters leading to tables with smaller response counts (particularly in public sector data) may restrict the extent to which findings can be generalized to a particular population. The 677 responding human resources and benefits professionals, trustees, administrators and industry experts represent a wide base of U.S. organizations from nearly 20 different industries and ranging in size from fewer than 50 to more than 10,000 employees.