Fifty-nine percent of 551 working Americans surveyed say they intend to stay in their jobs for "at least" the next two
to five years.
Source: Dale Carnegie Training, Hauppauge, N. Y.
Compiled by Michael J. O'Brien
Illustrations by Marthe Roberts/Shea
Source: Society for Human Resource Management, Alexandria, Va.
Varying Views on Work/Life
More than six in 10 senior managers (63 percent) say their company is very supportive of its staff's
efforts to achieve work/life balance, but only 34 percent of employees agree, according to a survey of
300 senior managers at U.S. companies with 20 or more employees and more than 500 U.S. adult
workers employed in office environments.
Source: Office Team, Menlo Park, Calif.
Wage Increases Slow
Workers around the world are expected
to see real-wage increases of 2. 3 percent
(adjusted for inflation) in 2017, down slightly
from last year's prediction of 2. 7 percent.
Source: Hay Group division of Korn Ferry, Los Angeles
Source: Human Rights Campaign Foundation, Washington
Source: Salary.com, Waltham, Mass.
Forty-six percent of companies
are committed to building an agile
workforce model, according to
a survey of 1,500 C-suite
executives, up from 18 percent
who said they were committed
Source: Randstad, Atlanta