Time & Attendance
By Staff Report
Jun. 25, 2009
Workforce Management surveyed 372 HR professionals who are registered users of the Workforce Management Web site and who work at organizations of 100 or more employees where layoffs have been conducted in the past 18 months. Forty-three percent of the respondents work at organizations of 5,000 or more employees. A third of respondents are at organizations of 1,000 to 4,999 workers. Ten percent are at organizations with 100 to 999 employees. Thirty-seven percent of the respondents have the title of HR manager; 30 percent are HR directors. The balance of respondents have other HR titles, such as vice president of HR, chief human resource officer or HR generalist. The survey responses were collected from May 26 through June 3.
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