Companies altering pay and benefits in response to economic uncertainty

Top performing employees cite dissatisfaction with pay as number one reason for leaving
||Last Updated: 10/10/2002

Employers across North America are slashing pay raises, eliminating jobs and putting hiring freezes in place to cope with economic uncertainty, according to a new survey. And this is leaving a bad taste in the mouth of top performers, who cite low pay as the number one reason for leaving an employer.

The survey,

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