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2015 Employee Benefits report highlights changes in health benefit design
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Health Benefit Trends
Over the past five years, the percentage of employers offering the following health benefits showed statistically significant change.
Mental health coverage
Short-term disability insurance
Health savings accounts (HSAs)
Critical illness insurance
Health care premium flexible spending account
Employer contributions to HSAs
Laser-based vision correction coverage
Experimental/elective drug coverage
Gender reassignment surgery coverage
Source: 2015 Employee Benefits, a SHRM research report.
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Health Care Coverage Offered to Employees and Their Dependents
Percentage of polled SHRM members who said their organizations provided health coverage to the groups shown below.
Opposite-sex domestic partners
Same-sex domestic partners
2015 Employee Benefits, a SHRM research report. (The findings are based on a survey of SHRM members conducted in March 2015, prior to the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage.)
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