Green With Motivation
Among the interesting bits of information contained in Dice's annual salary survey was data suggesting that employers are doing more to hang on to talented IT staffers . In the 2011 survey, the percentage of respondents who said they were given no motivation was lower than it was in 2009 and 2010. And when respondents were asked to name their primary motivators, the percentages of those who cited increased compensation or a promotion or new title were higher this year than in the past. Dropping as primary motivators were more interesting or challenging assignments and flexible hours.
What was the primary motivator your employer provided you in the past year?
Source: 2012 Dice Tech Salary Survey, conducted online with 18,325 employed technology professionals in the fall of 2011.Note: Percentages for each year may not add up to 100 because of rounding.
Do you plan to hire in the following categories during the stated periods of time?
Source: Janco Associates Inc., January 2012 survey on hiring trends among 107 U.S. organizationsNote: Percentages may not add up to 100 because of rounding.
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