Tag: survey

How Much Do Student Loan Benefits Mean to Young Employees?

A new survey conducted among recent college graduates currently working full-time sought to gauge employee attitudes towards student loan benefits programs.  The findings provide insights into just how valuable these benefits are by those respondents whose employers offer repayment programs—and how attractive they are to respondents from companies who don’t.


What Makes High-Performing Employees Stay in a Job?

A new survey report has found that top factor that makes high-performing employees more likely to stay in their jobs are good relationships with colleagues.  The Ceridian survey, the 2017 Pulse of Talent Report, took a look at why high-performing employees remain in their jobs.


2017 Health Insurance Premium Increases Higher Than Average

A new survey conducted among over 20,000 health plans and over 11,000 employers of all sizes-representing over 2.5 million employees—reports that premium renewal rates for employer sponsored health insurance rose an average of 6.6% in 2017. According to the 2017 United Benefit Advisors (UBA) Health Plan Survey, this is a significant increase over the previous […]


As Open Enrollment Approaches, Employees Express Concerns

Over six out of 10 (63%) employees with employer-sponsored insurance say they are concerned this open enrollment season about their plans’ out-of-pocket medical costs increasing in 2018, according to a new survey.  The research also gleaned employees’ attitudes towards the enrollment process.

market price

A Practical Guide to Market Pricing

Compensation planning can be a very time consuming task. It’s vital to attracting and retaining qualified talent, but can be a bit less cumbersome when managed with a practical approach.


Persisting Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Some see Harvey Weinstein’s ousting from a popular position in public opinion as a watershed moment for fighting sexual harassment. Here at the HR Daily Advisor we are no strangers to accounts like those of victims that have swept the presses recently. Indeed, sexual harassment is at least as old as Hollywood itself – but […]

Generation Z

Many Workplace Managers Think Gen Z Will Be Tougher to Work With

A significant number of workplace managers believe that members of “Generation Z” –those whose birth years range from the mid-1990s to mid-2000s, and a number of whom are or will soon be entering the workforce—will be more difficult to work with, according to new survey.


HR’s Priorities Not Aligned with Company Executives’, Finds Mercer Study

Mercer’s 2017 Global Talent Trends Study, conducted among 7,500 business executives, HR leaders and employees worldwide, has found that the top priorities of HR leaders match up with “evolving employee capabilities,” but less so with company exec’s goals for “more substantial workplace change.”


Job Candidates in Retail Industry Expect Flexibility

A new survey from ManpowerGroup Solutions and the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) found that retail job candidates are twice as likely to want a part-time work schedule than job candidates in other industries. Moreover, 31% say they want to choose their own shifts, compared with 18% of workers in other industries. The findings are […]