Forty Percent of Employers Trim 2004 Raises at Last Minute

Bates, Steve
January 2004
HR Magazine;Jan2004, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p14
Presents the results of a survey by Mercer Human Resource Consulting on the number of U.S. employers who trimmed 2004 raises. Reason for the trimming of the raises; Percentage increase in base pay that workers will get; Number of employers surveyed.


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