- THE IMPORTANTCE OF BENEFITS. // Oregon Business Magazine;Apr2012, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p5
Statistics are presented on the survey of benefits provided by the companies to its employees and their importance conducted by the company CFM Strategic Communications.
- Families valued. // Crain's Cleveland Business;4/08/96, Vol. 17 Issue 15, p13
Presents statistics on employment benefits small businesses offers. Maternity leave; Unpaid family medical leave; Family sick days.
- Bigger may be better. // American Nurseryman;11/1/94, Vol. 180 Issue 9, p8
Presents figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics on family-related benefits offered by large and small private companies in the United States. Types of benefits offered.
- Company-paid costs decline slightly. Blakely, Stephen // Nation's Business;Feb98, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p40
Presents statistics which show that the average cost of employee benefits dropped slightly in 1997. The two major factors effecting varying trends in businesses; The decline in health insurance payments; Increasing number of companies offering retirement benefits.
- No help for sick in private sector. // Human Resources (09648380);Aug2008, p8
The article presents a statistics on the percentage of help that the public and private sector will offer to its employees.
- â€¦and compensation is relatively modest. // Personnel Today;9/25/2007, p55
The article presents statistics related to the compensation awards for unfair dismissal of employees in Great Britain in 2006-07.
- Missed opportunities. Fraser, J.A. // Inc.;Nov90, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p58
Presents the results of `Inc.' magazine's 1990 executive-compensation survey, which highlights the missed opportunities and confusion many companies face in devising benefits programs. INSET: The executive-compensation strategist (cost-effective....
- World's largest employee benefit consultants. Garvey, Mike // Business Insurance;12/11/95, Vol. 29 Issue 50, p3
Presents statistical information with the world's largest employee benefit consultants.
- Taking stock of the company. Spragins, Ellyn E. // Inc.;Oct92, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p36
Presents, in graph form, information from Ernst & Young on the percentage of companies participating in stock plans for employees, by 1990 sales size. Plans include incentive stock options, nonqualified stock options, performance shares, restricted stock, stock-appreciation rights, book-value...