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TribeHR Pay Raise

WOMEN GET MORE PAY RAISES THAN MEN, BUT MEN GET MORE $ Analysis from the new TribeHR Pay Raise Index TribeHR analyzed salary and workplace recognition ("kudos") data from 20,000 employees at 2,200 small to medium-sized companies for the first nine months of 2012 and found: GROWTH IN SIZE OF AVERAGE PAY RAISE The size of the average pay raise was 10.6%. Raises grew 62.5% from Q1 to Q2 but then dropped by 8% 13% 11% » 15% Q1 Q2 Оз WOMEN GOT MORE PAY RAISES THAN MEN 6.2% 7.4% MEN WOMEN BUT MEN GOT LARGER PAY RAISES Men were 3 times more likely to receive a pay raise over 25% Q1 Men were 4 times more MEN Q2 likely to receive a pay raise over 25% Men were 2 times more Оз likely to receive a pay raise For pay raises of 5% or more, over 25% 60% went to men and just 38%o to women RECOGNITION FROM PEERS DRIVES PAY RAISE LIKELIHOOD 85% of all kudos given were peer-to-peer 15% were given by managers PEER -TO-PEER KUDOS Q1 Q2 ОЗ People that earned raises were 3X as likely to receive kudos from their peers than managers People that earned raises were 2X as likely to receive kudos from their peers than managers People that earned raises were 2X as Likely to receive kudos from their peers than managers WwW.TRIBEHR.COM tribehr LIKELIHOOD OF RAISE

TribeHR Pay Raise

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This infographic illustrates new data released by TribeHR which finds that in 2012 women received more pay raises, but men received more money in their raises. TribeHR analyzed data from 20,000 em...

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Tribe HR

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