2022 Benefits Benchmark Report
Employers spent an average of $12,600 on medical premiums in 2021.
Learn how much that number has changed as well as statistics regarding benefits offerings, costs and employee engagement trends in our 2022 Benefits Benchmark Report. We’ve analyzed the over 200 million enrollments in our platform to bring you the latest benefits data in an easy-to-read report.
We’ll share the most popular benefits offered, how much employers and employees are paying and the top education strategies from last year. Additionally, we explain how HR can respond in order for them to be well prepared for their 2022 open enrollment. Download our report now to stay on top of key OE benchmarks and our predictions for this year.
Which benefits were most popular in 2021 and how many employers were offering them
How employer HSA contributions have changed in recent years
Key strategies for combating rising benefit costs
Strategies for improving employee engagement and satisfaction
We’ve scoured recent research and statistics, talked with industry experts and analyzed the latest benefits data to put together the top 7 trends that will have the biggest impact in 2022. Check out our easy-to-read guide where we break down these rising trends, ways HR can respond and our future predictions for the industry.
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