Monday, November 19, 2012

Top 20 Employee Benefits Offered By NY Nonprofits

The nonprofit jobs that were most likely to receive bonus pay were examined in a post last week. Today, we will take a look at some of the non-cash perks that are given to employees.

Benefits given by organizations in one state are not necessarily the same in another. Nowhere is this more true than in New York, home to some of the most diverse groups of nonprofits in the country. In The NonProfit Times' 2012 New York Nonprofits Salary and Benefits Report, employee benefits are studied at the many organizations based in the Empire State. From the large organizations in the heart of Manhattan to the government-related groups in Albany, nonprofits in this state give a wide range of perks to their workers.

Based on the 34,243 individuals surveyed for this report, we were able to determine that the following 20 benefits were the most common among New York nonprofits:

  • Paid Company Holidays -- 87.99%
  • Medical Insurance Coverage -- 87.39%
  • Retirement Benefits -- 78.80%
  • Paid Vacation -- 78.21%
  • Paid Sick Leave -- 75.14%
  • Paid Bereavement Time -- 69.55%
  • Dental Insurance Coverage -- 61.58%
  • Paid Personal Days -- 61.45%
  • Flextime -- 46.55%
  • Basic Life Insurance -- 43.79%
  • Flexible Spending Account Benefit -- 39.78%
  • Short-Term Disability -- 36.39%
  • Free/Subsidized Parking -- 33.74%
  • Business Casual Days -- 33.00%
  • Paid Floating Holidays -- 32.12%
  • Long-Term Disability -- 30.77%
  • Domestic Partner Coverage -- 30.54%
  • Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) -- 28.08%
  • Full-Time Business Causal Policy -- 25.37%
  • Paid Association/Professional Society Dues -- 24.48%
You can purchase the New York Nonprofits Salary and Benefits Report, as well as our other four studies, on our online store.

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