U.S. expectations of change in employer health-care costs 2012

This survey details the responses of HR and benefit professionals in the United States as to whether they expect a change to employer health-care costs in 2012. Some 45.4 percent of respondents await an increase of between one and four percent.

Expectations of change in 2012 employer health-care costs in the U.S.

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Release date

July 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2012

Number of respondents

970 respondents

Special properties

HR and benefit professionals

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