2005 survey of policy and practice in benefits and allowances
Businesses invest colossal sums of money each year in a huge variety of employee benefits. A new three-part survey by IRS, an employment research organisation, offers a guide to the range of benefits on offer amongst a sample of UK employers.
What you will find in this survey
Spread over three issues of the fortnightly journal IRS Employment Review, this 138-employer survey includes "benchmarking" information on the level of benefits and allowances in named organisations.
"Benefits and allowances (1)", IRS Employment Review 824/Pay and Benefits, 27 May 2005.
Besides offering a snapshot of the extent of provision among the survey sample, a series of tables provide details of:
Other issues surveyed:
"Benefits and allowances (2)", IRS Employment Review 825/Pay and Benefits.
Focuses on "non-statutory benefits" covering:
The final part of the research, to be published in a forthcoming issue of IRS Employment Review, will detail travel and subsistence allowances including: company cars car allowances mileage rates season tickets loans subsistence payments.
Want to know more?
To purchase this IRS report contact the subscriptions department at IRS in London, tel: 020 8686 9141 or visit www.irsemploymentreview.com
Posted 9 June 2005