Featuring data and analysis from more than 300 benefits professionals across the country, the 2014 Inside Benefits Communication Survey remains the sole national survey that explores employers’ strategies, tactics and results for benefits communication. Conducted jointly with the National Business Coalition on Health, the 2014 data builds on the first IBC survey in 2012—with expanded insights on health care reform, strategic planning and communication best practices.
2014 Full Survey Report
Read Insights for Improvement to absorb in-depth data and analysis from the 2014 Inside Benefits Communication Survey. It clearly details how using proven approaches to benefits communication can have a significant impact on results—a must-read for practitioners seeking buy-in from the C-suite for larger communication investments.
Download, share and quickly reference top-line data points from the 2014 Inside Benefits Communication Survey in this easy-to-digest infographic.
Review Editorial Director Kelley Butler's presentation at the 19th annual NBCH conference in Washington, D.C., which featured highlights of the 2014 IBC findings.
2014 ACA Breakout Report
See industry professionals’ plans and perceptions regarding the Affordable Care Act in this sharable infographic featuring breakout trend data from the 2014 IBC Survey. For details, download the accompanying one-page issue brief.
2012 Inside Benefits Communication Survey Report
Read the inaugural IBC Survey report to compare and contrast the data, and see how two years have helped move the needle in advancing employers’ use of effective benefits communication to save costs, achieve results and strengthen the employee value proposition.