Employees prefer benefits to higher salaries

The majority of American employees (79%) would prefer new or additional benefits or perks to a pay increase, according to the the Glassdoor Q3 2015 U.S. Employment Confidence Survey.

Specifically, looking at the 79% of employees who reported they want benefits and/or perks over an increase in pay, the most preferred benefit is healthcare insurance (40%), followed by vacation/paid time off (37%), performance bonuses (35%), paid sick days (32%) and a 401(k) plan/retirement plan/pension (31%).

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