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From 2013 through 2017, SHRM members offered several new benefits to their employees—and they took some away, as well. Here are the benefits that were the most changed over this period.
Medical flexible spending accounts (FSAs)
Meal reimbursement for business travel
Defined contribution plan hardship withdrawals
Health savings accounts (HSAs)
Service anniversary awards
Undergraduate educational assistance
Graduate educational assistance
Defined contribution plan loans
Onsite lactation/mother's room
Reimbursement for personal calls on business travel
Telecommuting on an ad hoc basis
Employer contributions to HSAs
Sign-on bonus (executive positions)
Automobile subsidy for business use of personal vehicle
401(k) fund conversion into Roth 401(k)
Long-term care insurance
Accelerated death benefits for terminal illnesses
Credit union membership
Wholesale generic drug program for injectable drugs
Onsite cafeteria subsidized by employer
Sign-on bonus (nonexecutive positions)
Educational scholarship for members of employees' families
Paid travel expenses for spouse
Wellness programs, general
Wellness tips/information provided at least quarterly (newsletter, column, e-mail, tweets, etc.)
Rewards for completing health/wellness programs
Annual health risk assessment
Executive or leadership coaching
Cross-training to develop skills not directly related to the job
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