The North American Alliance for Independent Business (NAIB) has released its 2017 Corporate Services Corporate Industry Survey, and the results reveal a lot of surprises.
The NAIB is a non-profit that represents over 5,000 employers and their contractors across North America.
The survey found that while most respondents reported that their firms were performing well, many of the companies they were hiring also experienced significant struggles with growth and profitability.
In particular, the survey found a steep decline in the growth rate of the average salary, with average salaries dropping by more than 4 percent over the past year.
The NAIB’s CEO, Scott Hall, said the survey’s findings indicate that corporations need to consider the long-term impact of their growth strategies.
“While a few firms are experiencing the greatest growth rates, they have the ability to leverage the expertise and resources of their entire team to address long-run challenges,” Hall told Business Insider.
“We know that growth is driven by new technologies and innovative businesses, and that we must keep those forces in mind in order to successfully invest in growth strategies.”
The NAIBIB survey found companies like LinkedIn and Salesforce are the most competitive firms across North American, and many employers are looking for ways to increase their profits by hiring more experienced, talented talent.
For example, LinkedIn has recently opened an additional 1,000 jobs for people who are already employed at its top 50 employers, according to Hall.
However, the NAIB also found that the number of top talent positions has decreased across NorthAmerica.
While the number is still growing, the number at the top of the salary scale has dropped by 4 percent, according the survey.
The North American Association of Realtors (NAAR) also found a dip in the number and average salary for both employees and managers.
This is partially due to the fact that the NAIRB survey included only companies with 10 or more employees, rather than the thousands of companies that NAIRs survey covers.
However the NAAR also found the average salaries of managers fell by 4.4 percent, while that of employees dropped by 3.4%.
“There are a number of factors that may explain this drop,” Hall said.
“First, it’s difficult to track how a company’s salary or average compensation changes over time.
But even more important, many companies are investing in talent.
In addition, companies have more than a few employees to hire.
This means that it’s easier to fill those positions than it used to be.”
The NAIR has also found some surprising trends among companies that are growing their ranks.
For instance, in the last three years, the average revenue per employee fell by 5.2 percent, and average profit per employee dropped by 10.7 percent.””
The NAITIB survey also shows that a number are experiencing a decline in profitability.
For instance, in the last three years, the average revenue per employee fell by 5.2 percent, and average profit per employee dropped by 10.7 percent.”
To see if you are a top-performing employer, the study asked employees how they were earning their salaries, including how much they earned, what they paid for their own personal expenses, and how much money they made from other sources.
The survey also asked employees to rate their employer’s management team.
“As you can see, a lot companies have a pretty clear picture of their success and where they are at,” Hall added.
“They can compare the results to their peers and see where they stand.”