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In early 2005, MLA conducted its eighth triennial Salary Survey to determine economic trends in health sciences librarianship. This information is collected to: Provide salary data and assist in developing standards for equitable pay plans for individuals and institutions that employ health sciences librarians. Enable employed health sciences librarians to assess their own salaries in relation to a number of relevant variables. Help health sciences librarians seeking employment formulate realistic salary expectations. Establish a database of accurate information about the salaries of health sciences librarians for comparisons. ...
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Study Says Utility Industry Faces Severe Manpower Shortage as ...
It’s more than two years since the major 2003 blackout and in the last few months there have been several power failures following hurricanes and floods. Yet before the decade is out, the nation is likely to face numerous blackouts according to a new Hay Group study unless the utility industry immediately addresses dangerously inadequate staffing levels. An Aging Concern According to a new study by Hay Group, a global organizational and human resources consulting firm, a substantial number of mission-critical employees in the utilities industry from the executive suite down to the lineman are rapidly approaching retirement age ... market research, surveys and trends
Increasing Workload
A page by and for academic staff at the University of Alberta, where issues relevant to the future of the academy can be discussed by Jeremy Richards Thoughtful people must not cede all power to politicians and business interests; we must make our voices heard across the full range of professional, social, and civic circles. (p. 95: Karr, J.R., 2008, Protecting society from itself: Reconnecting ecology and economy, in Soskolne, C.L., ed., Sustaining Life on Earth: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, p. 95-108) The Economist (22 May, " Overstretched ") has an interesting article about the effects of layoffs on those left ... market research, surveys and trends


Executive pay slips for second year in a row - U.S. business ...
Top company bosses saw their pay decline further in 2009, the first time in two decades that it has fallen for two consecutive years, according to a new analysis. The Hay Group management consultancy examined the salaries, bonuses, stock and long-term incentives of the chief executives of 200 major U.S. companies. The firm found that the median value fell by 0.9 percent last year to $6.95 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. In 2008, pay fell by 3.4 percent. However, the highest-paid executive in the survey, Ray R. Irani, CEO of Occidental Petroleum Corp, still made $52.2 million, the Journal reported, noting the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Cashing in once again
Facility managers who received healthy pay increases two times in as many years are probably hoping they are on a permanent roll. On the heels of a 7.4 percent average salary hike in 2005, heads of hospital facilities/plant operations departments enjoyed a healthy 6.3 percent increase in 2006, according to a nationwide survey of more than 963 hospitals conducted by Hay Group, Philadelphia. The increase is second only to biomedical engineering department heads, whose salaries jumped 7.6 percent in 2006, while plant engineering managers came in neck-and-neck with facilities heads, averaging a 6.2 percent increase this year, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Pay review urged for public sector's top earners
Top salary awards handed to Britain's highest paid civil servants should be subjected to much tougher scrutiny before being signed off, a former government adviser on executive pay has warned. Chris Johnson, who was responsible for examining pay, pensions and benefits of around 550,000 civil servants before leaving the Cabinet Office in 2008, said more safeguards needed to be introduced to ensure taxpayers received value for money when public sector executives were drafted in. Details of the pay deals handed to Whitehall directors and the chief executive of government-funded bodies published this week showed that 170 ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
State rolls back pay raise for CNAs
CHEYENNE — Thirteen certified nurse assistant shift supervisors at the Wyoming State Hospital have been notified that their recent pay raise has been rescinded. They also will no longer be allowed to supervise other CNAs and licensed practical nurses. The change came after the state reviewed the basis for job classifications and salaries for nurses on the state payroll. The review was ordered after some nurses at the Evanston institution threatened to quit because the new pay plan increased salaries for CNA supervisors to more than the LPNs earn and only $2.48 an hour less than registered nurses. They also questioned whether the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


World Pay Report
Sep 9, 2008 ... Arispon of Hay Group South America. “Management level salaries in the region generally increase roughly in line with inflation,” he said. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Hay Group Salary Survey Results - Hay Group Survey Results- All ...
Results for State of Kansas Salary Survey - All Participants - All State of Kansas Pay Steps. SOK. OCC. Code. Benchmark Position. Survey ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Riverside Community College District
2009 Hay Group. All rights reserved. Riverside CCD Development of Salary Plan Presentation January 2009.ppt. Hay Group Experience with Community. Colleges ...
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WikiAnswers - The Hay Job Evaluation System
The Hay Job Grading Scheme was developed in the early 1950's by E. N. Hay and Associates. It is a scheme which is based on the "points factor" approach. This is a common approach to job grading. The process has the following basic steps: A description of the job is made including such things as: expertise required, accountabilities, experience required, functions performed, financial impact of the job, freedom to decide and act, number of staff supervised, pre-eminence of the position, influence of the position within the company etc. The various aspects of the job given in the description are usually split into ...
Google Answers: Salary estimate for experienced anesthesiologist
Need to know what I am worth (i.e., average annual salary in Philadelphia PA). I am board certified anesthesiologist and will be negotiating a contract with my employer soon. Here is some data that may help you get the most accurate estimate: board certified in anesthesia for 8 years; practicing physician for 16 years; have secondary board certification in internal medicine; I have no pending law suites; I have no subspecialty training within the specialty of anesthesia; I will be on call every 5th day; I will have 6 weeks vacation; I will work (roughly) 40 hours per week; I will work for an academic institution ...