New Year, New Challenges
Effective Resources, Inc. releases 12th annual Florida
Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) January
12, 2013 -- Florida
have survived the Mayan apocalypse, the fiscal cliff, and have ushered
in a New Year, but still face high unemployment and more than just a little
uncertainty. Unemployment of 8.1 percent as of November is still higher
than the national
of 7.8 percent,
the Bureau of Labor
a much more
complex ordeal when it comes
to employee turnover
and benefit cost.
immense amount of data
comes from the annual 2012-2013
Florida Salary, Wage and Benefits
Survey provided by Effective Resources, Inc.,
human resources consulting firm. Approximately 140
Florida employers represent over 618,736
employees throughout the country and nearly 98,871
Florida workers. Use of
SalarySurveyOnline.com, a web-based data collection and reporting system,
data that will help them compete during
this economic recovery.
Among the findings
- The average turnover
is back up to 2.2
percent a slightly higher rate from last year’s 2.0 percent,
which continues to fluctuate
in reference to previous data.
- Roughly 78 percent of Florida employers reported an increase in medical insurance premiums in the 10
percent or less range. The predicted
of 2.9 for the
in at 2.8 percent this year.
Approximately 93 percent of Florida’s employers have employees that work
hour week.) According
to Forbes, with the new health care regulations coming into effect soon
more benefits will be offered
30 hours a
to revamp their employee budget for 2013.
addition to the statewide findings,
Inc. has gathered
from Tampa Bay, South Florida, Northeast Florida, the Gulf Coast, and Central Florida.
“Our data has become progressively more important year by
year,” said Barry Brown, President of Effective
Resources, Inc. “We are honored
to deliver our twelfth annual salary and benefits survey
survey was conducted, tabulated and reported by
To learn more about
the surveys, please
visit SalarySurveyOnline.com and Effective Resources
L. Brown SPHR CCP
Web 2.0 Version
can read the
online version of this press release here.