Two-thirds of workers can expect a pay raise

July 2009
Work-Life Newsbrief & Trend Report;Jul2009, p1
The article discusses the "2009/2010 U.S. Compensation Planning Survey" by Mercer which finds that 67% of companies look to grant pay increases to employees before the end of 2009 in the U.S. It states that seventy percent of office or clerical staff, service and production employees, and technicians are looking at a raise in their salaries. According to the article, the average executive raise will be a little higher at 3.5%.


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