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Stagnant Pay Range Adjustments Reflect a Cautious Outlook from Employers

September 24, 2013  from: News

Stagnant pay increase budget and pay range adjustments projections in 2014 indicate employers are remaining cautious in regard to compensation programs.

Pay Range Adjustments to Largely Stagnate Through 2013

November 16, 2012  from: In the News

Projections for average pay increases in 2013 are unimpressive as reported by Compdata Surveys BenchmarkPro,which only anticipates a 2.8 percent jump over current budgets.

Pay Range Adjustments Slowly Continue to Climb

November 14, 2012  from: News

The average pay range adjustment reported in 2012 was 1.9 percent, up from 1.7 percent reported in 2011 and 1.6 percent reported in 2010. Pay range adjustments are projected to remain stable in 2013 at 1.9 percent.

Pay Range Adjustments Remain Similar for Healthcare

August 29, 2012  from: dataLink

As hospitals balance the effects of the recession, pay range adjustments see little change while the time between continues to grow. The 2012 Compensation Data Healthcare results revealed the actual pay range adjustment of 1.8 percent this year varied little from the 1.7 percent adjustment in 2011, and was in line with the projection of 1.8 percent for 2012.

Pay Range Adjustments See Little Change for Insurance Employers

February 21, 2012  from: dataLink

As organizations balance the effects of the recession, insurance companies see similar pay range adjustments to prior years while the time between adjustments grows longer, according to the 2011 Compensation Data Insurance results. The actual pay range adjustment of 1.5 percent in 2011 remained very similar since 2010, but came in below the projected 1.7 percent for last calendar year.

Pay Range Adjustments See Little Change for Hospitality Employers

December 1, 2011  from: dataLink

As organizations balance the effects of the recession, hospitality companies see similar pay range adjustments than last year while the time between adjustments grows longer, according to the 2011 Compensation Data Hospitality results. The actual pay range adjustment of 1.3 percent in 2011 remained the same since last year, but came in below the projected 1.8 percent for this year.

Pay Range Adjustments Slowly Trending Upward

November 15, 2011  from: News

The BenchmarkPro 2011 survey results found 79.5 percent of companies have formal pay structures with pay ranges. The average pay range adjustment reported for 2011 was 1.7 percent, up slightly from 1.6 percent reported in 2010. Companies are projecting pay range adjustments of 1.8 percent in 2012.

Pay Range Adjustments Remain Similar for Not-For-Profit Employers

November 8, 2011  from: dataLink

As organizations balance the effects of the recession, not-for-profit organizations see similar pay range adjustments than last year while the time between adjustments grows significantly longer, according to the 2011 Compensation Data Not-For-Profit results.

Pay Range Adjustments Recovering Slowly for Banking & Finance Employers

October 28, 2011  from: dataLink

As organizations balance the effects of the recession, banking and finance companies see slightly higher pay range adjustments than last year while the time between adjustments grows longer, according to the 2011 Compensation Data Banking & Finance results.

Pay Range Adjustments Trending Up for Manufacturing & Distribution

October 24, 2011  from: dataLink

As organizations balance the effects of the recession, manufacturing and distribution companies see slightly higher pay range adjustments while the time between adjustments grows shorter, according to the 2011 Compensation Data Manufacturing & Distribution results. The actual pay range adjustment of 2 percent in 2011 jumped from the 1.7 percent adjustment in 2010, and came in just above the projected 1.9 percent for this year.

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