Health Care Benefits Benchmarking Survey Shows Continuing Trend by Employers to Reduce Costs

by ERI Salary Surveys 19. April 2013 13:55

Changes to federal health care law and rising medical costs have many organizations throughout the United States implementing less expensive health care options. Rather than offering changes in traditional plans, some employers are moving to high deductible health plans coupled with a Health Savings Account. Others are simply reducing benefit levels overall through cost-saving measures.

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ERI to Exhibit at WorldatWork Conference in Philly

by ERI Salary Surveys 15. April 2013 15:03

Heading to Total Rewards 2013 WorldatWork Conference & Exhibition in Philadelphia, April 29-May 1? Be sure to visit ERI at booth #426 to discuss your data needs, view product demonstrations, and register for a Kindle Fire HD 8.9” Tablet giveaway.

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2013 Health Care Benefits Benchmarking Survey Released

by ERI Salary Surveys 1. April 2013 12:53

Changes to federal health care law and rising medical costs have many organizations reviewing existing and future benefits offerings. The Health Care Benefits Benchmarking Survey provides a timely and accurate measurement of health care plan costs that can serve as a valuable reference when considering plan changes and cost-saving strategies.

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Salary Survey Participation Deadline Extended to April 12!

by ERI Salary Surveys 25. March 2013 09:39

There’s still time to participate in ERI Salary Surveys collection of industry and job function compensation surveys for the United States and Canada. We are extending the submission deadline to April 12, 2013, for all of our compensation surveys as well as the Benefits in Nonprofit Organizations report.

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Last Month to Participate in 2013 Salary Surveys

by ERI Salary Surveys 26. February 2013 09:04

Take advantage of the participant discounts on our compensation and benefits surveys by submitting your organization’s data prior to March 31. ERI Salary Surveys has extended its catalog of traditional surveys to include more than 125 industry and job function surveys covering the U.S. and Canada. Each salary survey reports up to three sources of employer-provided data per job title: data derived from participants, digitized public records, and ERI’s Assessor Series databases.

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