It seems like a never-ending quest for employers to figure out what young workers are looking for and what they value. With nearly two million students projected to graduate with degrees this year, they are having to evaluate their employment opportunities and the benefits that they offer.
This time of year many of your employees may experience increased stress levels due to the holidays. But according to a recent survey by Korn Ferry, this stress isn’t the only extra pressure your employees have felt lately.
Last week at the 8th annual Compensation & Benefits Conference, ASE released the long-awaited results of ASE’s 2018 Compensation Survey. Those in attendance were able to get a first look at the results and historical trends.
Benchmarked compensation data provides organizations the information they need to make sound pay decisions for hiring, promotions, internal equity salary adjustments, and general compensation planning.
Back to school time usually means summer vacations ending and heavier traffic on your way to work, but does it also mean time to start college recruiting? Traditionally the end of the school year and graduation season kick-starts the hiring of college seniors, but a new survey by the Futurestep division of Korn Ferry says by then your organization will be late to the game and will have already missed out on top candidates.
Last month the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the results to its 2016 American Time Use Survey. It reported that in 2016 the percentage of employed people who did all or some of their work from home dropped slightly from 2015 to 22%.
Last week Staples released the results of their 2016 Cold and Flu Survey. In its seventh year, the survey found that even though employees and employers are aware of prevention techniques and the dangers of coming to work while ill, nearly 80% of employees still admitted that they went to work sick last year. 73% of employees claimed to have caught a cold or flu at work, and 32% blamed their coworkers for getting sick last year.
This year 229 organizations participated in ASE’s 2016 Healthcare Insurance Benefit Survey. The survey covers a wide variety of employer-sponsored health insurance benefits including practices related to both traditional and High Deductible or Consumer-Driven Health Plans. Highlights from this year’s survey include the following:
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