Report on Salary Surveys

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Exclusive IOMA survey finds AP managers earn average of $68,000.(SURVEY OF THE MONTH)(accounts payable)(Institute of Management and Administration)(Survey)(Statistical data)
October 1, 2009 ... Individuals who devote their careers to the accounts payable profession can earn a good salary. And those who make it to the upper echelon of AP can pull down average pay that approaches $100,000. This is revealed in an exclusive IOMA survey...

HR uses many sources to set pay levels, salary budgets.(COMPENSATION STRATEGIES)(human resources)(Survey)(Statistical data)
October 1, 2009 ... Compensation data is invaluable to HR professionals. In fact, the use of salary surveys is one of the top ways to hold the line on compensation costs. HR pros also rely on market data, which can include print surveys and online databases, to...

Nearly half of cos. plan 2010 salary range changes.(EXCLUSIVE IOMA SURVEY)(Survey)(Statistical data)
October 1, 2009 ... Almost one-half of organizations surveyed plan to alter their salary ranges in 2010, nearly half the percentage that did so for 2009. Of the companies that plan to do so, the average change is a 2.9 percent shift, according to IOMA's Setting...

BLR, Hewitt studies report pay increases under 3 percent for 2010.(Hewitt Associates L.L.C.)(Business and Legal Reports)(Survey)(Statistical data)
October 1, 2009 ... Two more surveys have found that pay increases for 2010 will be below 3 percent-one found a raise of less than 2 percent. The average planned merit increase for next year is 1.85 percent, according to Business & Legal Reports' 2010 Pay Budget...

October is when most companies make their compensation plans.(Survey)(Statistical data)
October 1, 2009 ... Ghosts, goblins, and compensation budget planning. All three are found in the month of October, and each one can send chills down the spine. One-third of all organizations surveyed by IOMA reported that they make their budget planning...