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Employee Compensation: Employer Spending on Benefits Has Grown Faster Than Wages, Due Largely to Rising Costs for Health Insurance and Retirement Benefits
Because most workers rely primarily on their emplo

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By Sigurd R. Nilsen (au)
Year: 2006
Pages: 54
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1428930132

Because most workers rely primarily on their employers to provide both wages & benefits as part of a total compensation package, the trends in the costs & availability of employer-sponsored compensation have a significant bearing on workers’ well-being. The fed. gov’t. provides tax subsidies for health insur. plans & qualified retirement plans, in addition to Social Security & Medicare programs. This report examines fed. data on private employers’ costs for active workers & sought perspectives from 17 experts to identify: recent trends in employers’ total compensation costs; composition of the trends; whether employees’ costs, participation, or access to benefits changed; & possible implications of the changes for private systems. Charts.

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