Your one-stop source to get market prevalence, legislative updates and key survey findings.
Recognising that keeping track of market response to market and legislative changes can be demanding, Mercer offers you Mercer BenefitsMonitor™ (MBM) to help you keep abreast with market intentions, trends and how organizations are dealing or will deal with market changes and statutory amendments. MBM is your one-stop source to get market prevalence, legislative updates and key findings of adhoc snapshot surveys.
MBM is an interactive and user-centered online tool that offers a wide range of flexible and intuitive features for benefits reporting and analysis.
NOTE: Non MBM benefits participants pay twice the applicable price for each membership access type.
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* For Australia, clients purchasing MBM also receive an Australian Benefits Review PDF report. The Australian Benefits Review contains additional market data not presented in MBM
There are two types of reports available in the Mercer BenefitsMonitor application depending on your need.
There are three types of subscription package to meet your needs. Subscribers to any one of the three packages are entitled to one password for a year's membership upon given access.
*All custom peer cuts are subjected to Mercer's approval in order to ensure data confidentiality.
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