Salary Survey 2014: Satisfaction Not Guaranteed?

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Hansen, Max Christian   (ASQ)   Bright Hat Communications, Rancho Cordova, CA

Quality Progress    Vol. 47    No. 12
QICID: 37393    December 2014    pp. 16-21

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Article Abstract

Does an organization’s culture of quality (or lack thereof) affect employee satisfaction—specifically, toward their jobs and salaries? Analysis In this year’s QP Salary Survey explores this relationship and what employees say about their situations when they work for an organization that embraces a culture of quality. The 30-section survey report also breaks down quality professionals’ salaries by job title, education, years of experience, certification and more. New to this year's report: expanded coverage of international results, including sections dedicated to results from China, India and Mexico.

Keywords

Salary survey, Career development, Culture of quality, Employee satisfaction, Quality of work life, Employee education & training, Certification, Organizational culture, Quality profession


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