The Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area 2016 Benefits Survey
The 11th year of the region’s most robust and reliable Benefits Survey is sponsored by the Human Resources Association of the National Capital Area, the Washington Area Compensation and Benefits Association and the Worldwide Employee Benefits Network.
The Benefits Survey is the region’s most comprehensive source for reliable data on health care, retirement, welfare, and work-life benefits. Use these valuable resources in your organization to improve pay structures, administer compensation programs, and prepare proposals for pay, benefit, and policy practices.
- Collect, analyze and report benefits data.
- Survey and report on workplace policies and practices, especially benefits and practices directly related to employee recruitment and retention.
Exclusive Features for Respondents
- Request Special Cuts: Special Cuts allow you to create a targeted peer group to compare compensation and benefits data to similar organizations in your industry. Learn more here.
- Significant discounts: save up to $720.00 on the purchase price for the survey bundle when you participate in both surveys.
- Consumer Directed Health (CDH)
- Executive Medical
- Prescription Plan
- Retiree Medical
- Health Care Reform
- Welfare Benefits
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Life Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- Employee Assistance Plan
- Long-term Care Insurance
- Work Life Benefits and Employee Practices
- Leave Benefits
- Domestic Partner Benefits
- Education/Tuition Assistance
- Work Environment
- Travel & Transportation
- Health and Wellness Practices
- Financial Compensation Benefits
- Identity Theft
- Retirement Benefits
- Part-time Employee Benefits
- Fringe Rates
The Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area 2016 Benefits Survey Report
The 2016 Benefits Survey Report includes data on workplace benefits and practices across 143 participating employers. Participating organizations employed 123,260 full-time employees at the time of reporting. Order the 2016 Benefits Survey Report here.