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Study: CRO turnover remains high

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Turnover in the U.S. for clinical monitoring jobs (the function that monitors participants’ health during a clinical trial) at CROs remained high at 25.1% in 2015, almost the same as the previous year’s reported 25.4% (2014). Turnover remained high despite the 7% spike in average salaries for professional positions from 2014 to 2015, according to the 18th annual CRO Industry Global Compensation and Turnover Survey, conducted by HR+Survey Solutions, a specialty compensation consulting and research firm.

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Study: CROs increase pay in the face of escalating employee turnover

Friday, December 4, 2015

Turnover in the U.S. for clinical monitoring jobs (the function that monitors participants’ health during a clinical trial) at CROs jumped up to 25.4% from the previous year’s reported low of 16.4%, according to the 17th annual CRO Industry Global Compensation and Turnover Survey, conducted by HR+Survey Solutions, a specialty compensation consulting and research firm. While that number is below the four-year high of 29.4%, it is significantly higher than estimates of overall U.S. professional turnover of 15.7%.

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Study: Merit increase budgets rising in global CRO industry

Friday, April 11, 2014

A recent survey conducted by HR+Survey Solutions, a compensation consulting and research firm, found merit increase budgets are on the rise in the global CRO industry. The 2013-2014 CRO Industry Global Salary Planning Survey found while the highest reported salary increase budget across the globe for 2013 was 21%, that figure rose to 25% for 2014. The country with the highest average budgeted increase is Argentina, with an average increase of 16.1% for 2014. The country with the lowest average budget increase is Portugal, with an average increase budget of only 1.8%. This compares to the overall global average budgeted increase for 2014 of 4.1%.

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