EMPAQ® Insights Report
This report provides a summary of how over 100 employers manage their health, productivity and absence programs. In addition to providing industry level benchmarks for these programs, this report provides additional findings on how different programs impact one another.
Updated - Value of Investment in Employee Health, Productivity and Well-being Toolkit
The toolkit includes an introduction to value of investment, a step-by-step guide to building value into your evaluation process, a deeper look at various business outcomes that can be impacted by an H&P strategy and example H&P dashboards.Newest section reviews currently available reporting tools, indices and scorecards and includes information on what outcomes are measured, as well as additional information that can help employers decide which tool is best for them.
Survey Results - Paid Leave Policies
The purpose of this survey is to provide large employer benchmarks for paid leave (e.g., PTO, vacation leave, and sick days). The survey looks specifically at the type of leave program (i.e., traditional leave system or PTO bank system) that large employers offer, and the amount of leave offered based on years of service. The survey also looks at how leave is accrued, and other aspects of managing leave accrual. Fifty-one members of the Business Group responded to this survey..
Top Companies Take the Lead in Parental Leave and Programs for Working Parents
In response to the need for more innovative parental leave policies, progressive companies are beginning to create a benefit package that further supports the overall well-being of parents in their workplaces. This Top Solutions features best practices from several employers leading the way.
2016 Large Employers' Health Plan Design Survey: Reducing Costs While Looking to the Future
Results of the 2016 Large Employers' Health Plan Design Survey show that health care benefit cost increases at large employers are expected to hold steady in 2016, due in large part to changes employers are making to their benefit programs. At the same time, nearly half of large employers say if they don’t take additional measures to control costs, at least one of their health plans will reach the threshold that triggers the “Cadillac” excise tax under the Affordable Care Act in 2018. 140 Large Employers participated in this year's survey. Also see our Press Release or watch the Press Event
Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Builders First Source
EHE International, Inc.
Comprehensive Health Services, Inc.
State Street Corporation
ITS Manufacturing, Inc
CSL Behring, Inc.
Naturally Slim - ACAP
Mission Health System
The Vitality Group
Ameriprise Financial, Inc.