Are Your Benefits Holding Up?

Cost-conscious employers often focus on health-care and pension plans. Tell us how yours are doing

So-called fringe benefits such as health care and pensions account for perhaps 25% to 35% of a typical employee's total compensation. That's large enough to be important to employees and also to make benefits a target for corporate cost-cutting. How are your benefits holding up in the current economy?

That's the subject of this Reader Survey, which as always is unscientific, since anyone who wishes to can participate:

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