NJBIA 2014 Health Benefits Survey

Employers committed to health benefits, but costs threaten coverage.

As the Affordable Care Act nears full implementation, healthcare coverage costs are continuing to rise for New Jersey employers. The 2014 New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) Health Benefits Survey of member companies indicates that while costs are rising, the overwhelming majority of participants said they plan to continue to offer coverage.

The 2014 NJBIA Health Benefits Survey, conducted in conjunction with Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind Poll, examined what members are paying for health benefits, how they are responding to the rising costs and the difficult decisions they are making as they select healthcare coverage for their employees.

Click here to view the survey results.

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