With the recession well in the rearview, many companies are bracing for problems that occur when the economy is healthy, such as the big decision to increase pay.
Duke University‘s Fuqua School of Business and CFO Magazine recently published results of an outlook survey of 547 U.S. companies, and it showed that 70 percent as of March expected to increase wages at least 3 percent in the next 12 months. Tech, services and consulting, manufacturing and health care led the way. … Read more at crainsdetroit.com.
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