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© 2005 SHRM SHRM Weekly Online Survey: March 1, 2005 Bilingual Skills Sample comprised of 316 responses randomly selected HR professionals. Analyzing 316.

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1 © 2005 SHRM SHRM Weekly Online Survey: March 1, 2005 Bilingual Skills Sample comprised of 316 responses randomly selected HR professionals. Analyzing 316 responses of s sent, 1738 received (response rate = 18%) Survey fielded March1-7, 2005; presentation generated on March 10, Margin of error is +/- 6%.

2 © 2005 SHRM SHRM Weekly Online Survey: March 1, 2005 Does your organization provide compensation to employees who use their bilingual skills on the job? Note: Survey questions did not differentiate cases in which organizations did not have a need for bilingual skills.

3 © 2005 SHRM SHRM Weekly Online Survey: March 1, 2005 Does your organization provide compensation to employees who use their bilingual skills on the job? ChoiceCountPercentage Answered Yes3711.7% No % Don’t know175.4% Note: Survey questions did not differentiate cases in which organizations did not have a need for bilingual skills.

4 © 2005 SHRM SHRM Weekly Online Survey: March 1, 2005 How is the compensation provided? (Check all that apply.) Note: Survey questions did not differentiate cases in which organizations did not have a need for bilingual skills.

5 © 2005 SHRM SHRM Weekly Online Survey: March 1, 2005 How is the compensation provided? (Check all that apply.) ChoiceCount Percent of Sample A non-monetary compensation20.6% A percentage increase of hourly wages (e.g., a 2% increase in hourly wage) 30.9% A lump sum addition to base salary (e.g., an additional $50.00 per pay period) 51.6% A one-time bonus/stipend (e.g. $ per year) 82.5% A percentage increase to base salary (e.g., a 5% increase to base salary) 92.8% A lump sum addition to hourly wages (e.g., an additional.25 cents per hour) 165.1% Other165.1% Note: Survey questions did not differentiate cases in which organizations did not have a need for bilingual skills.


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