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  • 1.  Employer Healthcare Contribution

    Posted 05-26-2022 08:14
    Hi All

    I'm reaching out to ask what's a typical employer contribution is to employee's health insurance in the US (I'm UK based, so currently learning about US healthcare cover). Is this normally a lump sum contributed or % of chosen scheme (or option to join different level schemes)?

    Thank you so much in advance. 

    Kate 

    Kate Davis 
    HR Manager 



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    Kate Davis
    HR Manager
    QCS Staffing Inc.
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  • 2.  RE: Employer Healthcare Contribution

    Posted 05-27-2022 09:31
    I'm assuming your question relates to the contribution toward an internal staff position and not a temporary employee.  In the US the benchmark (50th percentile) depending on industry is for the employer to pay between 70% and 80% of the Single (employee only) cost.  Some employers also make a contribution toward the employee's family member's portion and that typically ranges between 30% and 50%.  These benchmarks vary depending on the size of the employer and industry.  I hope this helps.

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    John Rutledge
    Senior Vice President
    Assurance
    Schaumburg IL
    6366815009
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