Employers Invited to Participate in Indiana-Specific Employee Benefits Benchmarking Survey
The Apex Benefits 2021 Indiana Employee Benefits Benchmarking Survey is now open for submission from Indiana public and private sector employers. The survey is designed to provide valuable benchmarking data that Indiana employers can use to design attractive and cost-effective benefits programs that promote employee recruitment and retention.
“Through these surveys and our experience serving employers, we increasingly see that the cost of benefits in Indiana just isn’t comparable to any other state,” says Amber Chittenden, vice president of Client Engagement. “In fact, when you compare Indiana’s medical benefits cost trends to national data, the differences can be staggering.”
The survey provides a rare, in-depth look at local trends in employer-sponsored health coverage. The survey captures data regarding all lines of coverage, including medical, pharmacy and ancillary plans, as well as answers to questions regarding strategies around wellness programming, technology, family leave, open enrollment, COVID-19 impact mitigation and more.
“The final report provides insights that just can’t be found anywhere else,” says Apex CEO John Gause. “While looking at national trends is important, Indiana-specific benchmarking is the only way employers can realistically compare their benefit plans to the Indiana companies with whom they’re competing for top talent.”
In exchange for their participation, respondents will receive a copy of the full survey report when it’s available this summer. Each participating company is also eligible to receive a custom report that compares their data to the rest of the respondents. The report also includes observations and recommendations by Apex benefits strategists for improving the competitiveness of their total rewards program.
For more information and to participate, visit benchmarking.apexbg.com