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In a shaky economy, many organizations may be tempted to save money by scaling back training and development budgets, including pay raises for staff. However, the current economic slowdown has been counterbalanced by an unprecedented labor shortage in the United States, resulting in a varied, compelling compensation scenario. In fact, changes in median total cash salary this past year ranged from increases of less than 2 percent for some t&d positions to increases of more than 14 percent for others, according to the 2001 Human Resource Compensation Survey. The survey, conducted annually by consulting firm William M. Mercer in ...
Senior Industrial Relations Executive, believe many of the objects of the new consultant contract are more aspiration than reality Our growing and ageing population provides a huge challenge to the medical profession in Ireland. Meeting the requirements of a larger public need at a time of reducing budgets and health workforce is the challenge that has been set. The cost of the ongoing development of treatments is rising and we are set to meet the challenge. The IMO represents many consultants who are at the forefront of these developments and at the leading edge of delivery of care to the ... Read More
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