Category Archives: Surveys and Statistics

Healthcare Shortages Will Affect All

SURVEY DATA EXECUTIVE PERKS The Executive Compensation 2007/2008 Survey of 5,300 employers finds 63 percent of organizations offered cell phones to executives as a perk, and an additional 44 percent provided laptops or home PCs in 2007. Source: Compdata Surveys … Continue reading

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Healthcare Worker Shortages Will Affect All of Us

“Estimates from the National Institutes of Health show that U.S. health care organizations could face a shortage of 1 million registered nurses by 2020. A study released in July 2007 by Watson Wyatt Worldwide and the American Society for Healthcare … Continue reading

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Flexible Work Arrangements Help Improve Job Satisfaction – Flexible Work Benefits

Balancing work and family has received a lot of attention over the years. There are several reasons for this. First, today’s workforce is increasingly diverse and demanding. Second, the workforce is shrinking.  There are not enough skilled workers to fill … Continue reading

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Skill Shortages Create a Perfect Storm in the Labor Pool

The Perfect Storm: The Impending Workforce Crisis In the movie, Perfect Storm, a small fishing vessel has the misfortune of encountering the worst Mother Nature has to offer. Just like this boat, today’s employers are facing a combination of conditions … Continue reading

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Employee Retention Survey 2004

The Chart Your Course International staff has worked hard to complete the 2004 Job Satisfaction and Retention Survey. Chart Your Course International conducted the following survey in August 2004. The survey had 455 respondents. We expanded the survey in 2004 … Continue reading

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