Benefits & allowances: Final call for the 2010 IRS/XpertHR benchmarking survey

If you haven’t yet done so, tomorrow (Tuesday 27 April 2010) is your last chance to take part in the 2010 IRS/XpertHR benefits and allowances benchmarking survey. The results of the survey will provide you with the chance to see how your benefits package stacks up against those at other organisations, and to identify best practice on benefits and allowances.

Participating in our 2010 benefits and allowances benchmarking survey ensures that you will receive:

  • A free copy of the 2010 benefits and allowances report by IRS for XpertHR;
  • Free access to last year’s four benefits and allowances reports;
  • Entry into a prize draw with a chance to win one of five £25 M&S vouchers; and
  • The special participant rate of £520 for access to detailed metrics across all key benefits and allowances, including breakdowns by seniority, locality, industry and more from XpertHR salary surveys, powered by CELRE (the non-participant price is £1,040).

Employee benefits covered in detail by this survey include:

  • Medical insurance;
  • Permanent health insurance;
  • Car allowances;
  • Mileage rates;
  • Subsistence allowances; and,
  • Pensions.

The following items are also included within our research:

  • Critical illness insurance;
  • Subsidised gym membership;
  • Health screening;
  • Optical benefits (above statutory minimum);
  • Company cars;
  • Fuel cards;
  • Car leasing schemes;
  • Free or subsidised car parking;
  • Interest-free loans;
  • Subsidised staff canteens;
  • Relocation assistance;
  • Staff discount schemes;
  • Long service awards;
  • Childcare vouchers;
  • Childcare allowances;
  • On-site nursery or crèche;
  • First-aid payments;
  • Standby allowances;
  • Tool allowances; and,
  • Call-out payments.

If you have any queries about this research, please do not hesitate to email Sarah Welfare or call 020 8652 2249.

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