Compensation & Benefits Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Employees, as well as business owners, are always interested in what is available when it comes to compensation and benefits so they can plan accordingly. Since these benefits are increasingly expensive for businesses to offer, the options available to employees can change frequently. In order for an employee to utilize this information effectively they must be aware as to what is available and when, they must also be able to understand how things work in regard to managing time and finances.

Employees want to know and understand what is offered to them and the business owners (as well as the employees) want to make sure it is properly maintained. In order to keep track of the compensation and benefits within an organization, there are many key parts that must be considered including the day-to-day administrative services such as financial planning, personnel, benefit plans (401K), pensions, health insurance, retirement services, and leave administration. From the employees’ point of view, they want to ensure the money being taken from their check is being placed into the correct categories.

MarketResearch.com has the key information your business needs to know in order to stay on top of the variables involved in the ever changing area of compensation and benefits. Within the reports offered on our service you will find information ranging from outsourcing services to benefits management. These reports will help ensure the best practices for both company and employee.
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Compensation & Benefits Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Employee Benefits in Australia 2021

    ... outgoing expenditures of the Australian government include income support payments and the payment of expenditures to families, including retirement benefits and other pensions. The Australian pension system is divided into three pillars: the first is ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Poland 2021

    ... Institution (ZakładUbezpieczeń Społecznych- ZUS) and the Agricultural Social Security Fund (Kasa Rolniczego Ubezpieczenia Społecznego - KRUS). ZUS is the Polish state organization responsible for social insurance benefits of employees, and KRUS is the Polish social ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Bulgaria 2021

    ... sickness, maternity, occupational diseases, workplace accidents, disability, old age and survivor’s pensions. Irrespective of whether a person is employed, unemployed or self-employed, Bulgarians are covered under certain social security schemes Key Highlights The National Social ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in United Kingdom (UK) 2021

    ... in the country are disbursed under various schemes, such as cash benefits, healthcare, education, housing, and personal social services. Cash benefits are classified into three subgroups: national insurance; means-tested; and non-contributory benefits. Key Highlights The ... Read More

  • Payroll Card Services in the US - Procurement Research Report

    ... to their employees. Instead of paying employees through these more traditional means, buyers can load employee wages onto payroll cards, which allow employees to access their earnings via ATMs or online portals. Typical buyers in ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Kenya 2020

    ... a public scheme, occupational schemes, and individual schemes. The Kenyan social security system provides compulsory benefits such as old-age, disability, sickness, death, maternity, work injury, unemployment, and medical care, for different groups of individuals such ... Read More

  • Executive Compensation: Creating a Purpose-Driven Strategy by Linking Financial Incentives to ESG Metrics and Sustainability Targets

    ... strategic objectives. At the current time, the majority of global enterprises continue to link executive compensation incentive plants to traditional total shareholder return. However, there is increasing evidence that trends are moving toward implementing sustainable ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Czech Republic, 2020 Update

    ... built on three pillars: compulsory social insurance, state social support system, and social assistance. Compulsory social insurance covers pension insurance, health insurance, and the national employment policy system. The non-contributory state social support system supports ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Croatia, 2020 Update

    ... work injuries and occupational diseases, maternity and paternity, sickness, and unemployment. The Croatian social security system typically covers employees, self-employed persons, unemployed persons, and dependent family members of deceased employees. Contributions to the Croatian social ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Indonesia, 2020 Update

    ... benefits. With effect from January 1, 2014, a new regime of national social security has been implemented in Indonesia to cover all employees and residents under one healthcare system by 2019, as well as one ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Hungary, 2020 Update

    ... entitled to receive benefits under the system. In addition to the social security benefits, a number of benefits such as a supplementary pension, healthcare benefit, unemployment benefit, disability, and death benefits are provided by private ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Portugal, 2020 Update

    ... Public Social Security System, the Social Action System, and the Supplementary System. The Public Social Security System has three subsystems called Welfare, Solidarity, and Family Support System. Welfare system is a contributory scheme that protects ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Slovakia, 2020 Update

    ... towards joining the EU in 2004. The country also introduced several investor-friendly policies - including labor market liberalization and a flat 19% tax regime - which encouraged global investors to participate in the country’s economy ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in New Zealand, 2020 Update

    ... employees and self-employed persons must contribute to the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) scheme, which provides benefits in the event of an accident, either at work or elsewhere. New Zealand nationals, permanent residents, and foreign workers ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Colombia 2020

    ... employee groups only. Private sector employees secured coverage in 1946. Pension benefits were introduced with the creation of the Social Security Institute (ISS) in 1967. However, the ISS faced problems immediately due to low coverage ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Luxembourg 2020

    ... extensive health and long-term care services. A uniform social security status was introduced for all private-sector employees in 2009, which led to structural changes in the social security system, the establishment of equal rights for ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Saudi Arabia 2020

    ... principles. Its small population and high gross domestic product (GDP) allow the Kingdom to provide employed and self-employed residents with help, such as medical care, childcare, pensions, and unemployment benefit, as well as, in some ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Liechtenstein 2020

    ... and private pensions are the three main pillars of Liechtenstein’s social security system. This network allows covering the risks related to sickness, invalidity, accidents at work and occupational diseases, healthcare and unemployment, and to prepare ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in The US 2020

    ... means-tested to private employees. The US’s social security system is based on the principle of defined-benefits and is generally managed by the state government. The social security system covers a limited number of benefits and ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Spain, 2020 Update

    ... their dependents who reside in foreign countries. The main objective of this system is to formulate a single and integrated model of social protection, in order to guarantee adequate social assistance and a source of ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Norway, 2020 Update

    ... private benefits market over the last decade. The public social security system, which is supervised by The Norwegian Labor and Welfare Administration (folketrygden, NAV), plays a significant role in the country’s welfare system and is ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Cyprus, 2020 Update

    ... need of assistance. The occupational pillar, which is a compulsory defined-contribution (DC) scheme, was launched in 2000, and the third pillar is a voluntary pension savings scheme. The Social Welfare Department (SWD) administers Cyprus’s non-contributory ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Ghana, 2020 Update

    ... need of assistance. The occupational pillar, which is a compulsory defined-contribution (DC) scheme, was launched in 2000, and the third pillar is a voluntary pension savings scheme. The Social Welfare Department (SWD) administers Ghana’s non-contributory ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Malta, 2020 Update

    ... means-tested to private employees. Malta’s social security system is based on the principle of defined-benefits (pay-as-you-go) and is generally managed by the state government. The social security system covers a limited number of benefits and ... Read More

  • Employee Benefits in Ireland, 2020 Update

    ... social welfare system is divided into social insurance payments, means-tested payments and universal payments. The payment of social insurance is mandatory; both employers and employees must contribute pay related social insurance (PRSI) contributions to the ... Read More

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