Putting a price tag on employee satisfaction

$50,000 is tipping point where workers report greater happiness, finds survey
By Liz Bernier
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 11/03/2014

If you ask any given employee whether he is earning his desired salary, chances are good the answer will be no. At least, that’s what a recent CareerBuilder.ca survey found — 71 per cent of workers reported they don’t yet earn the salary they want.

Men are slightly more likely to be satisfied with their salaries — 31 per cent reported salary satisfaction, compared to 28 per cent of women.