XpertHR's Pay Planning Survey for 2015 draws on forecasts and predictions covering 627 groups of employees to set benchmarks for HR and reward professionals planning pay awards and changes to compensation strategies for the year ahead
XpertHR set out to explore the careers of HR professionals across the United States through an online survey. Usable responses were received from 231 individuals of wide-ranging levels of experience, and in organizations of all sizes, operating in every state and in almost all sectors of the economy.
This report looks at the top 10 states with the most LGBT protections, the implications of the state LGBT laws in place and the corporate initiatives in these LGBT-friendly states. See California, Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington.
XpertHR's HR Staffing, Cost and Structure Benchmarks Survey for 2013 set out to collect benchmarking data on the staffing, structure and costs of HR departments in all sectors of the US economy and across all states. Our study collected data from senior HR professionals in 156 organizations, which together have just under 2,000 HR practitioners and nearly 220,000 employees.