The Benefits USA 2011/2012 survey results found 21.9% of companies offer supplemental retiree health coverage to retired employees.
The Benefits USA 2011/2012 survey results found employers are offering a myriad of benefits to keep their employees happy. Dental insurance, for example, is offered by 98.2% of employers, while vision insurance is offered by 84.5%.
The 2011 BenchmarkPro survey results found companies experienced total turnover rates of 14.4 percent between 2010 and 2011.
If you want to keep getting raises, get promoted to senior management. As tough as the economy has been, people in executive positions saw their paychecks increase by an average of 2.7% this year, to $102,000.
The newly released 2011 BenchmarkPro survey results found 70 percent of employers offer bonuses as a reward to employees.
The average base salary for a CEO is $338,300 per year, an uptick of 1.6 percent from last year, according to the Executive Compensation 2011/2012 survey by Compdata Surveys.
The results from the Benefits USA 2011/2012 survey found 48.2% of employees enroll in wellness programs when companies offer them.
The 2011 Compensation Data Hospitality survey results show companies reported an average premium increase of 9.3 percent.
The 2011 Compensation Data Manufacturing & Distribution survey results show manufacturers and distributors reported an average premium increase of 11 percent.
The 2011 Compensation Data Manufacturing & Distribution survey, conducted by Olathe, Kan.-based Compdata Surveys, found that salaries for many jobs in the manufacturing and distribution arena are on the rise.