Are benefits for IT workers disappearing?

Although salaries are up, many firms are cutting benefits like tuition reimbursement, awards and telecommuting

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Benefits are an important part of any IT worker's compensation package, and while the 2015 Computerworld IT Salary Survey revealed that base salaries have risen over the last year, more and more organizations have eliminated at least some benefits from their compensation packages.

According to the survey, which polled 4,863 full or part-time IT workers, many organizations are eliminating perks and benefits like tuition reimbursement, plaques/awards/gift certificates, the option to telecommute, health benefits and/or insurance, flexible scheduling, comp time and company-paid mobile phone.

Here is what the survey revealed:

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