These benchmarking reports are a subset of the 2020 DMEC Employer Leave Management Survey, which was completed by 793 employers, and focus on plan design for workers’ compensation, short-term disability, long-term disability, paid leave, time off, and other company programs.
The available benchmarking reports are segmented by responses from companies with under 100 employees, 100-999 employees, 1,000-4,999 employees, and 5,000+ employees as well as those that represent healthcare, manufacturing, and non-profit/association industries. Additionally, one report showcases responses from all sizes and all industries, and each report features an aggregate data comparison.
The information in these reports is designed to be a tool for decision making rather than an absolute standard. When reviewing the data, it is important to recognize that plans and policies are influenced by many factors, such as business strategy, organization culture, and market pressures, and therefore benchmarking measures should not be compared in isolation. Any interpretation of the data represented in this report should be considered within this context.
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