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National Compensation Survey: Employee Benefits in


the United States, March 2014
September 2014
Bulletin 2779
To print all tables in bulletin, or to print entire bull
etin
Tables organized by ownership
Employee benefits data tables: United States, March
2014
(Tab view)
Civilian(includes private industry and state and
local government establishments)
Private industry(excludes agricultural
establishments, private households, and the selfemployed)
State and local government(excludes Federal

Tables organized by benefit


Employee benefits data tables: United States, Marc
h 2014
(Tab view)
Retirement benefits
Healthcare benefits
Life, short-term disability, and long-term disabil
ity insurance benefits
Paid time-off benefits
Other benefits(Quality of life, financial, healthrelated, nonproduction bonuses, and unmarried
domestic partner)
Benefit combinations(Medical care and paid
leave)
Establishment data(Retirement and healthcare)
View all benefits

Other BLS Programs


National Compensation Surveydesigned to integrate data
from separate BLS compensation surveyscurrently provides
earnings data by worker characteristics and establishment
characteristics and by geographic area.
Compensation Cost Trendsquarterly indexes measuring
change over time in labor costs and quarterly data measuring
level of average costs per hour worked.
Other Useful Links
Wage and Hour Division (WHD)responsible for enforcing
federal labor laws including minimum wage and hour standards.
Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)
responsible for ensuring employers doing business with the
federal government comply with the laws and regulations
requiring equal employment opportunity.
Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI)offers a detailed
description of private- and public-sector employee benefit
programs as they exist today.
Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)provides
participant and compliance assistance in the areas of
retirement, health and other employee benefits.

National
compensation
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National Compensation Survey: Health Plan Provisions in State and Local


Government in the United States, 2011
March 2012
Bulletin 2772
To print all tables in bulletin: (PDF of Entire 2011 Benefits Bulletin)
Overview
Tables
Health plan provisions
Medical care benefits
Fee-for-service plans
Health maintenance organizations
Selected benefits by type of plan
High deductible and non-high deductible health plans
Mental health care and substance abuse treatment benefits
Outpatient prescription drug benefits
Dental care benefits
Vision care benefits
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Glossary
Search all tables for key words
Technical note
Appendix table 1 (TXT) (PDF)

National Compensation Survey: Health Plan Provisions in


State and Local Government in the United States, 2011
March 2012
Bulletin 2772
To print all tables in bulletin: (
PDF of Entire 2011 Benefits Bulletin)
Overview
Tables
Health plan provisions
Medical care benefits
Fee-for-service plans
Health maintenance organizations
Selected benefits by type of plan
High deductible and non-high deductible health pla
ns
Mental health care and substance abuse treatment
benefits
Outpatient prescription drug benefits
Dental care benefits
Vision care benefits
Printing multiple tables

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Contacts
The Office of Compensation Levels and Trends, Branch of
Survey Information and Publications, will be glad to assist you
with questions about any of the components of the National
Compensation Survey.
Ways to Contact BLS Directly
Email:Contact us
Telephone: (202) 691-6199 (Monday - Friday, 8:30 A.M. - 4:30
P.M.)
Question-by-FAX: (202) 691-6647
Information and assistance is also available from any
BLS regional office.
TDD
Information voice phone: (202) 691-5200 The Federal Relay
Service: 1-800-877-8339
Write or Personal Visit
Bureau of Labor Statistics
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Washington, D.C. 20212-0001
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