A first-of-its-kind, the ‘2022 Benefits Scorecard’ provides a new framework to assess how both public and private benefits are performing to support workers’ financial security needs, identify where innovations are needed to fill current benefit gaps, and explore opportunities to improve and modernize design and delivery. This resource is intended to help policymakers, employers, benefits providers, researchers and innovators:
- Assess benefit performance for their constituents and
- Identify opportunities in market and policy innovation to ensure benefits equitably support all workers.
The Benefits Scorecard analyzes 22 key benefits through the lens of financial security and finds that both public and private benefits play an important role for workers in supplementing and protecting income, helping meet essential needs, and building wealth. But collectively our system of public and private benefits fails to be adequate, accessible, inclusive, and equitable for all types of workers.
This resource creates a foundation for the work ahead to help us move toward a future where all workers are inclusively and equitably supported. For more information on the scoring of benefits, view the 2022 Benefits Scorecard Addendum
This Scorecard was developed with support from JPMorgan Chase & Co., MetLife Foundation, Prudential Financial, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
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