Benefits Benchmarking

Refine Your Benefits Plans to Support Your Employees

The Conference Board of Canada’s Benefits Benchmarking project provides timely insights into organizations’ benefits plans, offerings, and strategies so you can compare your  efforts against those in your region and/or industry.

Flexible Work Practices

December 13, 2023

This fourth module of The Conference Board of Canada’s Benefits Benchmarking 2023 project examines the flexible work practices that organizations offer, including work-from-home and hybrid work models and compressed work weeks. The report also looks at how employers are supporting their employees in remote and hybrid work environments.

Data briefing  •  13-min read

Supporting Employee Mental Health and Wellness

October 16, 2023

This third module of The Conference Board of Canada’s Benefits Benchmarking 2023 project examines the range of mental health and wellness benefits that organizations offer and benchmarks annual coverage amounts for psychological services and wellness accounts. The report also looks at initiatives to support employee mental well-being, such as policies around communicating outside of work hours and implementing no-meeting times.

Data briefing  •  11-min read

Inclusive Benefits Offerings

August 17, 2023

This data briefing looks at the inclusive benefits and initiatives that organizations offer, such as programs to support equity-deserving groups, parental leave policies, and coverage for fertility and gender-confirming treatments.

Data briefing  •  13-min read

Employer-Sponsored Benefits Plans

July 7, 2023

This Benefits Benchmarking data briefing explores employer-sponsored benefits plans, organizational practices in benefits plan administration, and benchmarks extended healthcare, dental, insurance, and paramedical care offerings for full- and part-time employees.

Data briefing  •  12-min read

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Publications issued by The Conference Board of Canada are highly recognized by Canadian corporations, and as such this report is extremely valuable so that we can properly benchmark our plans relative to the Canadian industry.

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