Citations with the tag: WAGE surveys
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- With economy showing improvement, make yourself stand out from the crowd.
// Same-Day Surgery; Jan2010 Supplement, p1
The article focuses on the results of the 2009 Same-Day Surgery Salary Survey in the U.S.
- How to: Design and run salary surveys.
Fowler, Alan // People Management; 09/26/96, Vol. 2 Issue 19, p42
States the pitfalls to avoid when undertaking salary survey. Reasons why information about other employer's salary could be valuable; Range of proprietary sources of data; Format and principal issues in any survey. INSETS: Example of profile job description.;Further reading..
- Salary freezes thawing out in most sectors.
Fowler, Alan // CA Magazine; Apr97, Vol. 130 Issue 3, p10
Reports the results of the 1997 national compensation study which surveyed more than 400 organizations in Canada. Anticipation of bigger wage increases in 1997 than in 1996; Statistics on distribution and expected salary increases, cash bonus programs, benefits and pension plans in various sectors.
- Survey: Money, information jobs are best paying in Las Vegas.
Moore, Thomas // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/26/95, Vol. 12 Issue 25, p3
Presents the results of a wage survey in Las Vegas, Nevada, sponsored by Eastridge Group, and the Nevada Development Authority. Chief financial officers as the highest paid employees; Other high-paying jobs.
- What are you worth?
Moore, Thomas // NZ Marketing Magazine; Sep97, Vol. 16 Issue 8, preceding p7
Reports on the response to the 1997 Marketing Magazine/Research International marketing salary survey in New Zealand. Total number of replies received; Donation of $952 to the Child Cancer Foundation; Publication of results in a full Salary Survey report in the October 1997 `Marketing Magazine'...
- 1997 salary survey.
Walkowski, Walt, // Point of Beginning; Jun97, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p22
Presents the results of the 1997 salary survey in the United States. Comparison with 1996 salary survey results; Trends observed; Implications.
- Establishing the reliability and validity of wage surveys.
Hartenian, Linda S.; Johnson, Nancy Brown // Public Personnel Management; Fall91, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p367
Explores potential methods for wage survey validation. Legal intervention in pay determination processes; Importance of reliable data; Methods for computing reliability coefficients and standards errors of measurement; Content-related validity; Construct-related validity; Predictive-related...
- Raises seen at 4... to 5... during 1994.
Roush, Matt // Crain's Detroit Business; 10/18/93, Vol. 9 Issue 42, p1
Reports on the surveys on salary raises for Detroit, Michigan-area executives and employees in 1994. Detroit's inflation rate; Comparison with the 1993 salary raise; Prediction on the national salary raise; Sources of surveys.
- Large pay raises are taking a hike.
Jurek, Ken; Prizinsky, David // Crain's Cleveland Business; 08/25/97, Vol. 18 Issue 34, p1
Reports that a wage and salary adjustment survey of Cleveland, Ohio, shows that there has not been any large pay increases in area companies. Averages of pay increased for non-unionized production workers; Survey by the Employers Resource Council; Other statistical information representing the...
- Pay Comparisons Published.
Jurek, Ken; Prizinsky, David // Monthly Labor Review; May98, Vol. 121 Issue 5, p2
Announces the publication of bulletins that present estimates and analysis of interarea pay comparisons for occupational groups in both private industry and State and local government in the United States. Similarity of pay rates for blue-collar work in private industry and governments in 1996;...
- Can we survey members to find out anticipated salary raises?
Beirig, Jack R. // Association Management; Sep94, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p26
Presents answers to issues regarding the legality of conducting a survey to determine salary raises. Rules on proposed salary surveys.
- Mining the motherload of numbers.
Philips, Peter; Bilginsoy, Cihan // Reeves Journal: Plumbing, Heating, Cooling; Apr97, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p36
Analyzes the results of the 1997 Western Mechanical Conference (WMC) Wage Survey in the United States. Includes total compensation; Benefit payments; Relationship between total compensation paid and pension contributions paid; Share of total compensation going to wages, training, health,...
- PA survey shows bonuses dropping, salaries stabilising.
Philips, Peter; Bilginsoy, Cihan // New Zealand Management; Jun98, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p12
Cites the results of the 1997 salary survey conducted in New Zealand by PA Consulting Group. Stabilization of salary movements for top executives and general staffs; Difficulty of achieving performance targets; Increase in number of organizations that are opting for payment of bonuses based on...
- Look before you leap: Not all salary surveys are created equal.
Flynn, Gillian // Personnel Journal; Jun95, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p26
Presents guidelines for using the results of salary surveys. Factors to take into account when studying the results of salary surveys.
- CEO options: Too much of a good thing.
Aigner, Dennis J. // Orange County Business Journal; 09/29/97, Vol. 20 Issue 39, p55
Opinion. Discusses the salary scale of professional athletes and chief executive officers from the United States, based on the outcome of a wage survey. Reference to the Chicago Bulls basketball payroll; How a chief executive officer's salary is paid according to company performance;...
- Raise gauge.
Aigner, Dennis J. // American Nurseryman; 8/1/95, Vol. 182 Issue 3, p10
Reports on the findings of the Conference Board's survey on salary-increase expectations in 1996.
- Who's in the money?
Aigner, Dennis J. // Business NH Magazine; Jul95 Special Issue, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p9
Lists the highest paid executives and public officials in New Hampshire along with average salaries for common jobs. Includes New England governors; New Hampshire commissioners; Mayors; Police chiefs.
- Plant/facilities/maintenance salaries.
Aigner, Dennis J. // IIE Solutions; Jan97, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p8
Reports on a survey on the salaries of plant, facilities and maintenance managers and engineers sponsored by the Association for Facilities Engineering/ AIPE Foundation and `Plant Engineering' magazine. Average salary; Range of median incomes from engineering directors to nonsupervisory...
- 7 great salary resources.
J.U. // Inc.; Oct98, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p119
Presents seven salary survey resources. Includes the `Salary Survey Guidebook,' by the American Compensation Association and the American Management Association; Surveys specific to small companies; Internet resources.
- Higher salaries predicted.
Pasternak, Ceel // HR Magazine; May94, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p27
Forecasts salary increases for professionals in the healthcare, food, retail and hospitality industries until the end of 1994. Data presented in Roth Young's Annual Wage and Salary Review; Greatest salary increases posted in 1993.
- Risk managers remain valued players in health arena.
Pasternak, Ceel // Healthcare Risk Management; Jan2010 Supplement, p1
The article presents the results of a salary survey conducted on healthcare risk managers.
- Within the growing role of QI, technology playing a big part.
Pasternak, Ceel // Hospital Peer Review; Jan2009 Supplement, Vol. 34, p1
The article discusses highlights of the 2008 salary survey conducted among quality improvement professionals.
- As measures, reporting grow, so does the need for QI.
Pasternak, Ceel // Hospital Peer Review; Jan2011 Supplement, Vol. 36, p1
The article presents the result of the 2010 salary survey concerning the importance of quality improvement (QI) professionals at health care facilities since they hold greater responsibilities in monitoring the quality of care in the U.S.
- Salary increases to inch upward, staffing levels to increase in 2011.
Bridgeford, Lyndell C. // Employee Benefit News; Feb2011, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p15
The article presents a Salary Budgets Survey conducted by the Hay Group on salary increases to advance slowly along with the increase in staffing levels in 2011 in the U.S.
- Inequality keeps up with pace of change.
Choueke, Mark // Marketing Week (01419285); 1/14/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p3
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including the 2010 Marketing Week/Ball & Hoolahan salary survey.
- Pay and benefits.
Choueke, Mark // People Management; 03/09/95, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p6
Discusses several issues regarding employees' salaries and benefits in Great Britain. Percentage growth on median graduate's starting salary in 1994 according to the Association of Graduate Recruiter; Highest paid personnel professionals according to the data revealed by the Wyatt Company;...
- BY THE NUMBERS.
Choueke, Mark // Modern Physician; May2003, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p28
Presents the findings of the 2003 physician salary survey in the U.S. from Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service, a research firm. Median salary for hospital chiefs of staff/medical directors; Percentage of growth in physician salaries; Median salary for invasive cardiologists.
- 2003 SALARY SURVEY.
Choueke, Mark // Library Mosaics; Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p14
Discusses findings of a 2003 salary survey of library support staff in the United States. Libraries responding to survey; Support staff salaries by region; Highest, lowest and median salaries by type.
- Pay raises were higher for entry-level workers.
Hatch, Addy // Journal of Business (10756124); 12/19/2001, Vol. 16 Issue 26, pA6
Presents the findings of a survey about compensation rates in Spokane, Washington. Salary of entry-level workers; Explanation about the compensation practice; Wages of employees with good track record.
- Students' starting salaries (� per annum).
Hatch, Addy // Accountancy; Mar1978, Vol. 89 Issue 1015, p77
Presents a survey on the starting salaries of students in Great Britain. Use of medians and percentiles in the calculation process; Definition of quartile; Explanation on lower and upper octile.
- SALARY SURVEY.
Baldwin, Eleanor // Advanced Materials & Processes; Oct2000, Vol. 158 Issue 4, p68
Describes the results of a salary survey of the United States members of ASM International. General survey results; Salary specifics; Benefits received by ASM members; Job responsibilities.
- Nearly Half of Cos. Plan 2010 Salary Range Changes.
Baldwin, Eleanor // Benefits Quarterly; 2010 First Quarter, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p60
The article reviews the article "Nearly Half of Cos. Plan 2010 Salary Range Changes," which appeared in the periodical "Report on Salary Surveys in the October 2009 issue pages 1, 12-15.
- How to Make a Scientist Happy.
Bush, Laura // Spectroscopy; Mar2011, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p12
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses the results of the 2011 "Spectroscopy" salary survey of spectroscopists.
- Print Trade Group Is Looking for Wage Data.
Bush, Laura // Orange County Business Journal; 6/9/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 23, p42
Reports on expectations of the Printing Industries Association of Southern California as it prepares for its first regional survey of wages since early 2001. Factors affecting compensation of hourly workers; Expectation that the survey will help printer companies' management of labor pool and...
- Prepare for puny pay hikes.
Prizinsky, David // Crain's Cleveland Business; 8/22/94, Vol. 15 Issue 34, p1
Reports on the results of the compensation surveys in Ohio which showed that salary increase is slightly lower than the average pay hikes awarded in 1993. Reasons for the smaller raise projections; Concerns over healthcare cost; Expectations of low inflation; Cost-of-living increases.
- 2001 wage and salary survey.
Prizinsky, David // Crain's Chicago Business; 2002 Book of Lists, Vol. 24 Issue 53, p147
Presents results of survey on wage and salary from various companies and job descriptions in Chicago, Illinois as of May 2001. Rate of salary; Changes and stability of wage rate for the year 2000; Lists and names of manufacturers.
- 2002 wage and salary survey.
Prizinsky, David // Crain's Chicago Business; 5/27/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p23
Presents charts depicting wage and salary survey in Chicago, Illinois. Salary based on position; Executives salary within the boundary of Chicago; Wages of factory workers.
- THE INCREASE IN TEACHER PAY HAS SLOWED IN ILLINOIS, ACCORDING TO A STATE REPORT.
Prizinsky, David // Curriculum Administrator; Dec2001, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p11
Reports the rate of increase in average teachers pay and benefits in Illinois. Calculation of the average salary and benefits of a full-time public school teacher; Reason for last year slowing rate increase; Basis of the education board latest pay report.
- CASHING IN.
LoBuono, Charlotte // Drug Topics; 3/3/2003, Vol. 147 Issue 5, p46
Discusses findings of the `Drug Topics' magazine's salary survey of pharmacists in the United States. Average pharmacist salary in 2002; Average annual salaries of pharmacists employed in various settings; Percentage of respondents who received an increase in 2002.
- HR pay figures available online.
LoBuono, Charlotte // Employee Benefits; Nov2001, p14
Focuses on an online salary survey database for pay professionals launched by Cubiks. Information on the 'CubikSurvey.'
- Employment and Unemployment Developments, July 1999.
Becker, Eugene H.; Stinson Jr., John F. // Employment & Earnings; Aug99, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p1
Reports employment and unemployment developments in the United States as of July 1999. Presentation of total employment rates and labor force distributions of major demographic groups; Deliberation of payroll employment from hourly and weekly earning averages; Comparisons between household and...
- Employment and Unemployment Developments, November 1999.
Becker, Eugene H.; Stinson Jr., John F. // Employment & Earnings; Dec99, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p1
Reports employment and unemployment developments in the United States as of November 1999. Presentation of total employment and labor force records; Deliberation of unemployment statistics; Assessment of industry payroll employment; Evaluation of weekly hour rates and hourly and weekly earnings.
- The heat is on.
Phillips, Lisa E. // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 12/1/96, Vol. 25 Issue 19, p37
Highlights `Folio' magazine's circulation salary survey in the United States for 1996. Average base salaries of circulation directors; Total compensation for circulation directors; Raises in salaries seen by circulation managers; Circulation earnings gender disparity.
- Tepid raises.
Maurer, Rolf // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 09/01/99, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p49
Presents the responses to the ad sales salary survey for 1999 conducted by `Folio'. Includes salaries of ad sales director; Ad sales manager; Regional/Branch ad manager; Ad salesperson/account executive/category manager; Ad sales personnel.
- Focused female engineers forge ahead of men on pay.
Reade, Quentin // Personnel Today; 1/22/2002, p10
Presents a salary survey on women engineers in Great Britain. Comparison between the salary of men and women engineers; Indication of higher women's higher salary compared to men engineers; Influence of women's work commitment to their salary increase.
- Survey predicts Atlantic City wages will outstrip Strip.
Reade, Quentin // Las Vegas Business Press; 11/30/98, Vol. 15 Issue 48, p11
Cites some results from a wage and salary survey comparing Atlantic City, New Jersey casinos with data compiled by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Factors for high payroll costs in Atlantic City; Wages in New Jersey casinos still lagging those on the Las Vegas Strip.
- Don't get riled up over what you think the other guy earns.
Khol, Ronald // Machine Design; 10/08/98, Vol. 70 Issue 18, p6
Comments on salary surveys. Perception on Harvard business graduates; Speculation on the Harvard surveys; Information on the surveys done by the National Society of Professional Engineers.
- Labour supply with quantity constraints: Estimates from a large sample of Canadian workers.
Osberg, Lars; Phipps, Shelley // Oxford Economic Papers; Apr93, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p269
Estimates the gross wage elasticity of labor supply for Canadian men and women. Evidence for the importance of quantity constraints in the Canadian labor market; Introduction; Labor-supply model; Data; Probability of underemployment; Labor supply behavior; Results.
- The Gender Gap.
Osberg, Lars; Phipps, Shelley // Practical Accountant; Jul2001, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p6
Reports the salaries of male and female accounting and finance professionals according to the survey by CareerBank.com in the United States. Comparison on the wages of the male and female respondents among entry-level accountants; Wages among staff accountants; Salaries of senior accountants...
- Treating staff well helps retain them.
Hollinson, Michael // Event; Nov/Dec2005, p17
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article about salary survey in the September 2005 issue.