Following the paper trail

January 2009
Employee Benefit News;Jan2009, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p11
The article discusses highlights of the "2008/2009 Survey Report on Human Resources Personnel Compensation," released by Watson Wyatt Data Services. The average salary increase was 3.9% and the average increase in total cash compensation was 4.2%. Twenty eight human resource positions received salary or total cash compensation increases which exceeded overall increases by 25%. The average bonus or other cash compensation payments ranged from 47.6% to 4.4%.


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