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704. Employee Benefits in Small Establishments: 1996

[In percent. Covers full-time employees in private industry. Small establishments are establishments with fewer than 100 workers. Covers only benefits for which the employer pays part or all of the premium or expenses involved, except certain tax deferred earnings arrangements. Based on a sample survey of establishments; for details, see sources. For data on employee benefits in medium and large establishments, see Table 703]

         
All Profes- Cleri- Blue
EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PROGRAM em- sional, cal collar
ploy- technical, and and
ees and sales serv-
related ice
         
Paid time off:
  Holidays 80 86 91 71
  Vacations 86 90 95 79
  Personal leave 14 21 18 8
  Funeral leave 51 60 60 42
  Jury duty leave 59 74 68 47
  Military leave 18 25 22 12
  Sick leave 50 66 64 35
  Family leave 2 3 3 1
 
Insurance:
  Short-term disability 29 32 33 25
  Long-term disability 22 39 30 10
  Medical care 64 76 69 56
    Fee-for-service 1 36 31 34 41
    HMO 1 27 27 28 25
    PPO 1 35 41 36 32
  Dental care 31 40 35 24
  Life insurance 62 72 68 54
 
Retirement 46 56 53 37
  Defined benefit 15 12 16 15
  Defined contribution 38 51 46 28
  Tax deferred earnings arrangements:
    With employer contribution 24 30 31 17
    With no employer contribution 4 8 4 3
 
Income contribution plans:
  Severance pay 15 23 19 9
   Supplemental unemployment benefits (Z) (NA) (Z) (Z)
 
Family benefits:
  Employer assistance for child care 2 4 2 (Z)
    Employer provided funds 1 2 2 (Z)
    On-site child care 1 2 (Z) (Z)
    Off-site child care 1 2 (Z) (Z)
 
Health promotion programs:
  Wellness programs 8 11 9 5
  Employee assistance programs 14 18 19 10
  Fitness center 4 6 5 3
 
Miscellaneous benefits:
  Job-related travel accident insurance 12 17 16 7
  Nonproduction bonuses 44 44 46 43
  Subsidized commuting 1 3 2 1
  Educational assistance:
    Job-related 38 56 45 27
    Non-job related 5 6 6 4




NA Not available. Z Less than 0.5 percent.
1 Percent of participants receiving medical care insurance.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, News, USDL 98-240, June 15, 1998.

http://stats.bls.gov/newsrels.htm



https://allcountries.org/uscensus/704_employee_benefits_in_small_establishments_1996.html

These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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