EAF Survey Results: Florida Policies & Benefits

The Results are in!

Just released is the 2017-2018 EAF Florida Policies & Benefits Survey


This survey provides accurate and reliable data to compare best practices and business trends for the Florida area.

Results include data from 49 companies including; Dean Food – Florida Market, Sanford Airport Authority & Waste Pros, USA.

Below are highlights from the survey



Benefit Costs

31% of payroll is the average benefit cost paid by employers

Life Insurance

94% of companies provide life insurance


Sick Days

80% of companies provide sick days. Average number of sick days is 11



EAF’s Florida Policies & Benefits Survey covers the following topical areas


  • Health & Welfare Benefits
  • Part-time Benefits
  • Pay Practices
  • Working Conditions
  • Paid Time Off
  • Recruitment, Training & Development
  • Employee/Community Relations
  • Miscellaneous Benefits


This survey is available to all EAF members; simply log on to eafinc.org/membership-login and click the ‘Survey’ tab. There you will find the complete Florida Policies & Benefits Survey + Summary of Benefits Offered.

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