Surveys and Statistics

Work Perks That Help Attract and Retain Employees – Cafe Quill

Work Perks That Help Attract and Retain Employees – Cafe Quill

Employee Retention: Benefits that Attract and Retain Employees In the “old days” of work, an employee could sign on with a company in their early 20s and expect to earn a decent salary for the next 40 years before retiring on a respectable pension. T... Read More »

Take Our New Workplace Stress Report | Complimentary Beta Reports

Take Our New Workplace Stress Report | Complimentary Beta Reports

We are providing you 2 or more complimentary reports to use either on yourself, your organization or your clients. Over the years, you’ve come to rely on us for our individual and organizational assessments to address the issues at play in the ... Read More »

Developing leaders | Deloitte University Press | Global Human Capital Trends 2015

Leadership is the engine that drives successful organizations. Why are we falling behind? According to a recent Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report: GLOBAL organizations today must navigate a “new world of work”—one that requires a dramatic c... Read More »

Skills Shortages Worsening

Herman Trend Alert: Skills Shortages Worsening With the forecasts of doom and gloom in so many places around the world, we would expect companies to delay hiring new employees and that the skills shortages might be lessening. Fortunately for candidat... Read More »

Employee Turnover – The Hidden Cost

What is employee turnover costing you? There are many tasks involved in running a successful business. You have to understand your customer so you can provide a product people want. You have to watch your competitors and seek to always adapt to chang... Read More »

RETIRING BOOMERS

RETIRING BOOMERS: In response to the question, “How would you characterize the attitude toward retirement of the baby boomers in your organization?” 2,500 HR executives said they weren’t sure (25 percent), or that such workers: Seem no more eager to ... Read More »

Executives and Their Job Satisfaction

JOB SATISFACTION: When 3,187 employed executives with an average salary of $206,000 are asked if they are either satisfied or very satisfied with their job, these professions rate the highest: Marketing 76% HR 75% Finance 73% Business Development 71%... Read More »

Working Toward Retirement: Survey

In a survey of 1,600 workers of varying education and income levels, 74 percent of respondents said they expect to work after retirement, citing among their reasons: 93% to stay mentally active 86% for social interaction 73% to feel useful Source: Al... Read More »

Employee Communication Helps Beat Competition

According to a survey of 25,000 employees in 17 U.S.-based companies, 65 percent of workers said they do not receive enough information about their competitors while 39 percent said the information they receive is adequate enough to differentiate the... Read More »

Job Satisfaction Survey Points to Major Workplace Issues

Chart Your Course International completed the 2009 Job Satisfaction Survey in July.  The survey focused on how people felt about their jobs and their working environment during the economic downturn.  Respondents were asked 13 questions relating to j... Read More »

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