With a tight labor market, tech firms focus on benefits to entice talent. This industry addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey report shows how tech employers are using benefits to improve the workforce and deliver better work.
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Young talent has shied away from the energy industry, making benefits key tools to attract recruits. This addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey examines the trends shaping energy employers’ benefits planning.
Manufacturers struggle to offer sustainable benefits while meeting operational goals. This addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey report gives in-depth data on manufacturers and insights on how better benefits means better work.
Scholastic employers are eager to attract new teachers and retain experienced educators. But how do they compete when budget growth is slow? This addendum to the U.S. survey report on total compensation strategies provides data and insights that point the way to better outcomes through better benchmarking.
2018 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey – Hospitality, Entertainment and Restaurant Industry Addendum
High turnover is pervasive in hospitality — recruiting and retention are priorities. This addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey shows how hospitality employers are improving engagement and reducing turnover through benefits.
Uneven funding and rising benefits costs can put public entities in a bind. However, data and insights — as in this addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey report — help public entities produce better work, cost efficiently.
With high turnover and tight margins, healthcare providers are trying to cut benefit costs and improve engagement. The healthcare addendum to Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey shows how employers are maximizing benefits cost effectively.
Financial services firms are expanding, but face fierce competition for talent. This addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey report shows how financial services employers are using benefits to attain an engaged, loyal workforce.
Wellness programs come in different shapes & sizes & certain federal laws apply based by the type of program. The Guide for Designing a Compliant Wellness Program reviews the rules as they apply to common types of employer-sponsored wellness programs. Updated January 2019.
The Claims Reporting Reference Guide is a useful tool which defines the various types of coverage and definitions, accident investigation information and resource forms.