Scholastic employers are eager to attract new teachers and retain experienced educators, and they’re ramping up efforts to innovate their approach to benefits and compensation. But how do they compete in the midst of slow budget growth and public demand for greater investment in education? This addendum to the U.S. survey report on benefits and compensation strategies focuses exclusively on the K-12 sector, providing data and insights that point the way to better outcomes through better benchmarking.
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Survey Overview

Gallagher’s 2018 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey asked U.S. employers close to 300 questions across the total rewards spectrum. This addendum highlights key findings and implications based on responses from 296 K-12 employers participating in this year’s research.

Scholastic employers are ramping up efforts to innovate their approach to benefits and compensation as they seek to attract the next generation of teachers and retain experienced educators. Slow growth in educational budgets, coupled with public demands for greater investment in education, creates the need for cost controls and better value from investments in employees.

This benchmarking report showcases how multi-source, datadriven planning can help address strategic challenges and identify areas of opportunity for benefit and compensation programs, resulting in better work. 

Download the K-12 Industry Addendum