American Society of Employers - Jason Rowe
ASE’s 2021 Pay Administration Survey Highlights Pay Practices for Michigan Employers

26 October 2021

ASE’s 2021 Pay Administration Survey Highlights Pay Practices for Michigan Employers

Author: Jason Rowe

ASE recently published the results to its Pay Administration Survey. Survey results are broken into five categories and are based on three employer sizes and two industry types. Over 110 Michigan employers participated in the 2021 edition. Most respondents (83%) have an employment size of 500 employees or less, with nearly 60% being a part of the manufacturing sector and over 40% working in the combined services sector. A little more than half of the respondents are Automotive Suppliers...
The Evolution of Benefit Programs – Health and Well-Being Efforts Rise

14 September 2021

The Evolution of Benefit Programs – Health and Well-Being Efforts Rise

Author: Jason Rowe

As businesses manage the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers have increased their focus on creating benefit programs that address the evolving needs of their diverse workforces, especially mental/emotional health, work/life balance, and financial health. Moreover, 80% of employers report that diversity, equity, and inclusion influence their corporate well-being strategies. This is according to Fidelity Investments® and Business Group on Health’s Employer-Sponsored...
A Look at ASE’s 2021/2022 Michigan Policies & Benefits Survey Results

13 July 2021

A Look at ASE’s 2021/2022 Michigan Policies & Benefits Survey Results

Author: Jason Rowe

ASE recently published the results to its biennial Policies and Benefits Survey. Survey results are broken into nine major categories and are based on three employer sizes in both the National and Michigan (a subset of the national report) editions. Over 125 Michigan employers participated in the 2021/2022 edition, and 332 questions were answered regarding human resource policies and employee benefit offerings.

ASE’s 2021 Michigan Compensation Survey Shows Employers Remain Conservative

15 June 2021

ASE’s 2021 Michigan Compensation Survey Shows Employers Remain Conservative

Author: Jason Rowe

The impact of the pandemic, and its resulting recession, created many challenges for employers.  While compliance and safety may have taken center stage, employee rewards and wages were also affected by COVID-19.  Data from the most recent ASE compensation survey shows that overall wage growth in Michigan, based on a matched sample of companies (referred to as a constant sample), was just 2.1%.
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