2015 Benefits Benchmarking Report conducted by Arthur J. Gallagher & Company
2015 Executive Summary Benefits Benchmarking Survey Executive Summary conducted by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
2014 Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking Survey Executive Summary conducted by Authur J. Gallagher & Co. Controlling employee benefit costs remains the biggest overall challenge employers face. So it’s no surprise that containing healthcare expenses was the most prevalent concern for human resources. Attracting and retaining a competitive workforce was the second largest overall challenge. The executive summary provides a strategic, high-level overview of the survey results as well as separate analyses of each major benefits category. A more comprehensive national report allows you to take a closer look at these findings.
2013 Pay Administration Survey conducted by Fox Lawson and Associates, a division of Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc., Overall, the trends for employee increase budgets and salary structure adjustments continue to increase in small amounts from those of the recession years. The increase amounts are small measured in tenths of percentage points. Actual employee increases increased slightly in 2012 over those of 2011. Also, actual and planned increases for 2013 appear to be even with or slightly higher than 2012. In 2012, fewer public sector organizations made pay cuts (1.5%) than in 2011 (4.5%) or what was planned for 2012 (3.6%).
October 2011 - Paid Time Off Survey - More organizations are looking at or using Paid Time Off programs in lieu of separate leave banks. Benefits include ease of administration and improved employee morale.March 2011.
Pay Administration Survey - 2010 was worse than expected, no improvement in 2011 - in partnership with Fox Lawson & Associates, a division of Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc.
December 2010 - 44% of IPMA-HR Members Have Created Hybrid Jobs to Address Staffing Shortages
September 2010 -Union contracts remain the same for most members
July 2010 -Pay Increases Suspended: State Governments Especially Hard Hit
March 2010 - Survey Data Show 2010 More Difficult for Public Sector than 2009
2005 HR Technology Committee Survey
During September of 2005, the Technology Committee conducted a survey on the use of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) in the public sector. Nearly two-thirds of respondents report having an HRIS, supporting functions such as: payroll, benefits administration, financials, and time/attendance. Click here to read the full report.