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Hospitality Pay Increase Budgets Show Slight Increase

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Sep 10, 2012 3:35:13 AM

Kansas City, Kan.— The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported the unemployment rate dropped slightly to 8.1 percent as of August 2012. Though the unemployment rate appears to have stagnated over the past several months, pay increase budgets are beginning to show signs of improvement. The 2012 Compensation Data Hospitality survey results reported pay increase budgets at 2.7 percent, reflecting an increase from 2.4 percent reported in 2011 and 1.9 percent reported in 2010. Pay increase budgets are projected to increase to 2.9 percent in 2013.

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Topics: compensation, News, Hospitality, pay increase budgets

Survey reports firms budget for pay increases

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Sep 4, 2012 8:45:29 AM

Original Article: Providence Business News

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Topics: In the News, Banking & Finance, compensation, pay increase budgets

Banking & Finance Pay Increase Budgets Show Slight Increase

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Aug 28, 2012 7:25:23 AM

Kansas City, Kan.— The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported the unemployment rate at 8.3 percent as of July 2012, up slightly from 8.2 percent in June. Although the unemployment rate has increased over the past couple of months, pay increase budgets are beginning to show small signs of improvement. The 2012 Compensation Data Banking & Finance survey results reported pay increase budgets at 2.7 percent, reflecting an increase from 2.6 percent reported in 2010 and 2011.Pay increase budgets are projected to increase to 2.9 percent in 2013.

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Topics: Banking & Finance, compensation, News, pay increase budgets

Not-For-Profit Pay Increase Budgets Begin to Rise

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Aug 13, 2012 4:07:20 AM

Kansas City, Kan.— The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported the unemployment rate at 8.3 percent as of July 2012, up slightly from 8.2 percent in June. Although the unemployment rate has increased over the past couple of months, pay increase budgets are beginning to show signs of improvement. The 2012 Compensation Data Not-For-Profit survey results reported pay increase budgets at 2.6 percent, reflecting an increase from 1.8 percent reported in 2011 and 1.7 percent reported in 2010. Pay increase budgets are projected to remain stable at 2.6 percent in 2013.

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Topics: compensation, News, Not-for-profit, pay increase budgets

Expect small increases in pay budgets for manufacturers

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jul 27, 2012 8:34:22 AM

Original Article: Manufacturing Weekly

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Topics: In the News, compensation, Manufacturing & Distribution, Manufacturing, pay increase budgets

Manufacturing & Distribution Pay Increase Budgets Show Slight Uptick

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jul 26, 2012 3:55:07 AM

Kansas City, Kan.— The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported the unemployment rate at just over 8 percent as of June 2012. The unemployment rate continues to dwindle at a very slow rate of decline and pay increase budgets are mirroring this trend by increasing at a tepid rate. The 2012 Compensation Data Manufacturing & Distribution survey results reported pay increase budgets at 2.8 percent, reflecting a slight uptick from 2.7 percent reported in 2011. Pay increase budgets are projected to slightly increase to 2.9 percent in 2013.

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Topics: compensation, News, Manufacturing & Distribution, Manufacturing, pay increase budgets

Manufacturing & Distribution Pay Increase Budgets See Little Change in 2012

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jul 24, 2012 3:40:54 AM

As the economy begins to regain its footing, pay increase budgets increased only slightly for manufacturers and distributors. The newly released 2012 Compensation Data Manufacturing & Distribution survey results indicate pay increase budgets rose to 2.8 percent, in line with the expected increase for this year. An increase to 2.9 percent is expected in 2013.

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Topics: dataLink, Manufacturing & Distribution, pay increase budgets

Utilities Pay Increase Budgets See Little Change in 2012

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jul 18, 2012 4:51:11 AM

As the economy begins to regain its footing, pay increase budgets increased only slightly for utilities. The newly released 2012 Compensation Data Utilities survey results indicate pay increase budgets rose to 2.8 percent, just above the expected 2.7 percent for 2012. An increase to 2.9 percent is expected in 2013.

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Topics: dataLink, Utilities, pay increase budgets

Utilities Industry Pay Increase Budgets Remain Stagnate

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jun 19, 2012 4:01:12 AM

Kansas City, Kan.— The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported the unemployment rate at just over 8 percent as of May 2012. Though the unemployment rate seems to be slowly declining, pay increase budgets are idling. The 2012 Compensation Data Utilities survey results show pay increase budgets have remained relatively stable at 2.8 percent, compared to 2.7 percent reported in 2011 and 2.8 percent in 2010. Pay increase budgets are projected to slightly increase to 2.9 percent in 2013.

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Topics: compensation, Utilities, News, pay increase budgets

Services Pay Increase Budgets Show Slight Uptick

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jun 5, 2012 3:00:36 AM

Kansas City, Kan.— The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported the unemployment rate dropped to just over 8 percent as of April 2012. The unemployment rate continues to dwindle at a slow yet steady rate of decline and pay increase budgets are mirroring this trend by increasing at a tepid rate. The 2012 Compensation Data Services survey results reported pay increase budgets at 2.7 percent, reflecting a slight uptick from 2.4 percent reported in 2011 and 2.2 percent reported in 2010. Pay increase budgets are projected to remain relatively stable in 2013, dipping slightly to 2.6 percent.

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Topics: compensation, Services, News, pay increase budgets

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