How aware are employees of their benefits? Findings from two companies.
This study examines benefit awareness of employees in two companies. Contrary to previous research, the results show that employees are generally accurate in their perceptions of the benefits available to them. However, the results also show a lack of awareness of unemployment insurance and disability insurance as benefits. In addition, employees were somewhat uncertain regarding costs of benefits to employers. These findings suggest that employers should monitor employee awareness of benefits and target communications to specific problem areas.
Danehower, C., & Lust, J. (1996). How aware are employees of their benefits? Findings from two companies.. Benefits quarterly, 12 (4), 57-61. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.memphis.edu/facpubs/11982