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Benefits and Perks for 2013–What’s Really Happening?

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by Stephen Bruce, PhD, PHR

Time to think about recruiting and retention again. And that means thinking total rewards. What’s happening with benefits and perks in 2013? What are your competitors up to? Help us find out!

Please participate in our brief survey—sponsored by Aflac—and see how the perks you offer stack up against those of other successful companies.

We’ll get answers to these questions and more:

  • What benefits and perks are most commonly offered?
  • What effect do perks have on recruiting and retention?
  • What are the benefits of tuition reimbursement?
  • Who’s offering flextime? Compressed workweek? Telecommuting?
  • How about tuition? Vision? Wellness? Concierge?

The survey takes only a few minutes to complete.

Complete the Survey Now


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To show our appreciation, we’ll send a PDF of the survey results to all participants. (Be sure to include your contact information where prompted.)

No individual organization’s information will be shared. Only results in the aggregate will be sent to participants or used by BLR for articles or in any other form of distribution.

More and more, perks and supplemental benefits are a key component of your total rewards package. Make sure you’re competitive.

Complete the Survey Now

Thank you for your valued input.

(And thanks again to survey sponsor Alfac!)

Dan Oswald
CEO, BLR

PS: Upcoming surveys include:

  • Training & Development
  • Performance Management
  • Pay Budget

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