Bloomberg BNA survey finds 58% of employers are providing at least three paid days off, a jump from 42% from 2011-2012.
Most U.S. workers believe their companies’ employees benefits can be substantially improved, according to a new report.
Although employers are hiring more workers, employee engagement is down, according to Mercer’s 2012 Attraction and Retention Survey.
Survey finds 48% choose to participate.
Some companies are matching contributions again. Find out more in this print preview from next week's Credit Union Times.
Americans feel that choosing their health care benefits is their second-most difficult major life decision, second only to saving for retirement.
Employers using wellness programs are seeing a 6.1% average annual medical cost trend reduction, according to a new study.
Fee disclosures expected to generate participant phone calls to plan sponsors.
Feds require determination of whether residents seeking Medicaid nursing home benefits really are poor enough to qualify.
In its research, Mercer found that the prevalence of “risky” plans rose during 2011, and that trend is expected to continue in 2012.