Keeping in line with national data that suggests, on average, women earn less than men for equal work, in a survey released by Randstad US, only 57 percent of women felt that their salaries were adequate for their positions/levels of responsibility compared to 65 percent of men.
The Q2 2013 Engagement Study conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs on behalf of Randstad, examined the ethos of both men and women on a range of employee issues including perceived value. In addition to being more likely to feel undercompensated, more women than men felt that their current employer does not offer promotions or bonuses to high performing employees as a means of promoting employee engagement (22% of women vs. 27% of men), and only 49 percent of women compared to 54 percent of men thought they were likely to get a raise at the end of the year. Find out more women-focused engagement data.
value and compensation affect employees’ attitudes toward employers
women want relationships, corporate social responsibility and flexibility
company reputation matters to women
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