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Glass Door Survey

Glass Door Survey

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Glass Door Survey
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Q3
HIGHLIGHTSEmployer Actions During The Past Six Months
• 34% of employees reported their company made changes to the number of staff, organizational structure, compensation and benets, or other listed activities in the past six months, a ten percentage point decrease from last quarter. Of employees surveyed who reported a positive change at their organization:Nearly one in ve (18%) reported their company initiated large-scale hiring, down 15 percentage points since last quarter and a low since Q211.Three in four (76%) reported their company awarded new perks (option to work remotely, casual dress, exible work hours) and/or new stock, a high since Q211 and up 29 percentage points since last quarter.Among the employees who reported negative changes at their organization:Two in ve (40%) reported their company laid off employees and/or communicated plans to lay off employees, down seven percentage points since last quarter.More than one in ten (12%) reported their company initiated furloughs, unpaid leave and/or mandatory vacation, down eight percentage points since Q213.
Q3 2013 Employment Confidence Survey 
OVERVIEW
The Glassdoor® quarterly Employment Condence Survey¹, conducted online by Harris Interactive, monitors four key indicators of employee condence:  job security, company outlook, salary expectations, and re-hire probability. For purposes of reporting, employees refers to those employed full or part-time unless otherwise noted.
INDICATORQ3.13% CHANGE
Layoff concerns – self Layoff concerns – othersSalary expectations – pay increase in 12 monthsCompany outlook – better Re-hire probability (employed)15%24%37%40%43% 
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EMPLOYMENT CONFIDENCE HIGHLIGHTS - Q3 2013
IN THE PAST 6 MONTHS, WHAT ADDITIONS HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION MADE?
(Base: Employees who say their company has changed something positive in the past 6 months.)
Q4.11 %Q1.12 %Q2.12 %Q3.12 %Q4.12 %Q1.13 %Q2.13 %Q3.13 %
Awarded new perks (option to work remotely, casual dress, flexible work hours)/new stock
5140506165564776
Awarded new stock or other compensation
1623222422242119
Initiated large-scale hiring
3125253325213318
Restored health and dental benefits, pay and perks previously cut
3840443022374030
 
Q3
Job Security In The Next Six Months
• 15% reported concerns of being laid off in the next six months, down seven percentage points since Q213 and a new low since Q408. Male workers (18%) are more concerned than female workers (11%) of being laid off. Interestingly, male workers 35-44 years old (24%) are three times as concerned when compared to women 35-44 years old (8%).• Employees concerned about co-workers being laid off in the next six months decreased this quarter to 24%, down six percentage points from last quarter and a new low since Q408. 
Job Market: Re-Hire Probability In The Next Six Months
• Employees’ (including those self-employed) expectations surrounding their ability to nd a job matched to their experience and current compensation levels in the next six months remained steady at 43%, maintaining its high since Q409. Half of employees (including those self-employed) in the South (49%) are optimistic in their ability to nd a job matched to their experience and current compensation levels in the next six months, which is signicantly more than those in the Northeast (37%).Those unemployed but looking for work are slightly less optimistic this quarter, as 38% believe they could nd a job matched to their experience and compensation levels in the next six months, down one percentage point from last quarter.
Re-Hire Probability: Question: Ability to find job matched to experience and compensation level in next 6 months Answer: Very likely (or) somewhat likely 
39 39 44 33 38 39 36 34 40 39 38 41 37 37 41 41 39 43 43 35 25 32 33 30 28 29 31 28 25 27 30 36 42 34 37 31 39 38 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Q109 Q209 Q309 Q409 Q110 Q210 Q310 Q410 Q111 Q211 Q311 Q411 Q112 Q212 Q312 Q412 Q113 Q213 Q313
   P   e   r   c   e   n   t   a   g   e 
Base: Employed full/ part-?me/ self-employed Base: Unemployed but looking
IN THE PAST 6 MONTHS, WHAT NEGATIVE CHANGES HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION DONE?
(Base: Employees who say their company has changed something negative in the past 6 months.)
Q4.11 %Q1.12 %Q2.12 %Q3.12 %Q4.12 %Q1.13 %Q2.13 %Q3.13 %
Made changes or reduced compensation (net)
5052595447514756
Reduced individual’s pay/bonus amount/ didn’t pay bonus
2528283225222832
Initiated or communicated bonus reductions or eliminations
171013999813
Laid off employees and/or communicated plans to lay off employees
4840384543394740
Reduced health and/or dental benefits
1726141724202018
Initiated or communicated hiring freezes
2624212322172122
Restructured job/created redundancy 
1113151614161515
Initiated furloughs, unpaid leave, mandatory vacation
1813111713182012
Employees Concerned About Layoffs in Next 6 Months (Base: Employed Full/Part-Time)
21 26 24 22 20 18 16 20 17 17 22 16 17 19 19 17 17 19 22 15 42 44 41 38 39 32 31 33 31 30 34 32 28 33 29 28 30 27 30 24 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Q408 Q109 Q209 Q309 Q409 Q110 Q210 Q310 Q410 Q111 Q211 Q311 Q411 Q112 Q212 Q312 Q412 Q113 Q213 Q313
   P   e   r   c   e   n   t   a   g   e 
Self Co-Workers

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