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A recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics study found employment of SH&E practitioners is expected to increase by 9% the decade spanning from 2006 to 2016.
While most workers are getting used to downsized perks, some companies refuse to lose the employee extras. When asked about their best job perks, this is what employees revealed.
The most recent results show a gradual increase from previous surveys in those who anticipate hiring additional FM staff in the next six months, with 24% reporting such plans.
A new nationwide CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,400 hiring managers reveals the outrageous and common mistakes that some candidates have made in job interviews.
The following statement from Dr. David Michaels was presented during a recent hearing on “Investigating OSHA’s Regulatory Agenda and Its Impact on Job Creation.”
The median USA total compensation for fire protection engineers is now $110,500, a 12.5% increase since the previous survey was conducted in 2007.
A new survey indicates facility management is among the top 20 professions anticipating sizable salary increases in 2010.
As part of the Global Sustainability Commitment, Jones Lang LaSalle in April 2008 pledged to increase its sustainability accredited professionals to 200 in 2008 and to 500 in 2009.