Tag: Survey Says

Survey Says … Executive Compensation Is Up

The BlueSteps Executive Compensation Report, recently released by the Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC), reveals that almost half (44%) of executives at the CEO/president level experienced a rise in total compensation in the last fiscal year.

Feels good AND Positive Business Results

In yesterday’s Advisor, River Software’s Randy Emelo and HP’s Becky Simeon, PhD, talked about the big changes in corporate learning and, particularly, the move toward social learning. Today, the benefits of social learning systems.

Retirement Benefits? Results Are In! Survey Says …

86.6% of the employers responding to our 2014 survey offer either a 401(k) or 403(b) retirement savings plan to employees. 60.3% of the employers responding to our survey that offer a 401(k) or 403(b) plan to their employees also provide a matching contribution. 41.4% of employers match employee contributions dollar-for-dollar. 31.3% go 50 cents on […]

Policies Survey Says … Social Media Is Biggest Hassle

The biggest stumbling block to enforcement of policies is management team members’ tendency to enforce only “some” policies. The policy violation most indicated as warranting discipline but not termination is attendance and punctuality. The most common termination-level offense is violation of the weapons/violence policy. Our 2013 Policies Survey reveals that 93% of participants have formalized […]

Best Practice for Internet Background Checks? Survey Says …

Of the survey respondents who conducted either Google searches or social media searches: Concerned about learning too much online? Twenty-six percent were concerned about learning too much (For example, a candidate’s gender, religion, or race.) Have your hiring decisions been influenced by what you found online? Forty-one percent have been positively influenced to hire based […]