2012 Survey Results: Employee Benefits Benchmark Survey
In this recovering economy, employers across the country are taking a hard look at their current benefits offerings and asking what they can afford to keep, and what they can’t afford to lose.
As employers strive to strike a balance between providing a competitive benefits package and containing costs, survey results indicate respondents are implementing cost-saving plans and strategies, while extending coverage to a greater number of individuals than ever before. To counter the cost of maintaining their valuable benefits, employers are revising the levels of coverage they offer, implementing consumerism strategies, and lengthening elimination periods.
This survey was conducted in mid-2012 and was available to approximately 400,000 individuals through the client portal website provided by Allied Insurance Managers, Inc. This survey was anonymous, so responses have not been validated for statistical significance or margin of error. A total of 2,153 respondents completed the survey.
Contact Allied Insurance Managers, Inc. to discuss how this survey information can assist you in your future benefit plan strategies.
Posted August 13, 2012