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IASA Member Polls
Each month, the IASA Industry Pulse takes a quick read on issues important to the industry.
POLL RESULTS NOW AVAILABLE
The February 2015 IASA Industry Pulse poll was the final in a new three-part series on Employee Benefits and focused on “Work/Life Balance”. Each month we will build on what we learned from the prior month’s poll to give members an in-depth view and the ability to ask questions on how employee benefits are being handled membership wide.
This poll asked about job/work hour flexibility, commute time, PTO and after hour work requirements.
• 81% of respondents indicated that their travel time to work (roundtrip) is less than 1 hour. .
• 79% responded that they are able to work at home occasionally or frequently and 65% of participants responded that their employers provide flexible hours in which to better manage their schedules.
• 75% of respondents indicated that their company offers between 10 and 20 PTO (personal + vacation + sick) for 1-4 years of service which provides an idea of the overall paid personal time provided to newer employees.
• 62% of respondents said that they were not required to be reachable (cell phone or email) after work hours.
Click here to access and download the full results and executive summary.
NEW! IASA is Polling for Dollars! Win a free registration to the
2015 IASA Annual Educational Conference and Business Show AND help your chapter compete for monthly cash prizes for having the highest percentage of chapter participation! Monthly participants will be entered into the raffle for the free registration and the chapter with the most participation will be posted here! Spread the word and help your chapter win! FEBRUARY CHAPTER WINNER: ST. LOUIS AGAIN!
“Are there other Chapters in this competition? The St. Louis Chapter may be small, but we are mighty! The biggest doesn’t always mean the best.” Ann Wiesler, President, St. Louis Chapter
This month's poll is a stand-alone poll and focuses on "System Security". This poll asks your company’s information security policy, access by vendors to your system, methods of transporting/accessing data offsite, password requirements and processes for securing original documents. Results will be shared with our members on the Industry Pulse page of the IASA web site next month.
Click here to participate in the poll
Congratulations to the February poll participant Nathan Herkowitz, Great West Casualty Company, who was randomly selected to receive a prize package from IASA.
NOTE: Full poll results are available ONLY to IASA members. Not a member? Contact Tricia Stillman, IASA Director of Member & Volunteer Services, via email to get membership details or to get further information about access to this service.
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