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Employer Benefits & Policies Questionnaire The Employer Questionnaire will be administered online. Please note that the text boxes that ask for a description of a benefit or policy will hold approximately 450 characters of text on the online survey. Important instructions for filling out the Employer Questionnaire: Please fill out the questionnaire as completely as possible. Your answers will be used in the ranking analysis to determine the "Best" list. Should your organization make the list, all or a portion of the information you submit may be shared in the publication and/or Web site announcing the list, and also in "spotlighting" each organization should there be an awards event. All questions apply to operations in the program area unless otherwise noted. All questions apply to operations within your organization's most recently completed fiscal year, unless otherwise noted. Please navigate within the questionnaire using the “Back” and “Save and Continue” buttons found at the bottom of each page. o Please do not use the “back” and “forward” arrow buttons on your Internet browser. To page forward within the questionnaire, you must select the "Save and Continue" button. To page backward, please select the “Back” button . Both the “Back” and “Save and Continue” buttons appear at the bottom of each page. o If you should unintentionally select your browser’s Back or Forward button, simply click the Refresh button in your Toolbar which will take you back to the questionnaire. o The “Save and Continue” button will automatically save your most recent changes to that page in the questionnaire. For questions requiring a NUMERIC RESPONSE: o Please respond using whole numbers only, rounding to the nearest whole number if necessary. o If the question is in regards to a specific benefit and your organization provides different benefits for different classes of employees, please provide the average value across all employees. For example, if the question asks "How many vacation days do you provide for an employee who has been with the company for at least one year?" and you offer 15 vacation days per year to professional staff, 10 to clerical staff and 20 to executives, please enter 15, which is the average of 15+10+20. o If the question does not apply to you or if the requested numeric information is not available, please leave the question blank. For questions requiring a TEXT RESPONSE: o In some instances, the size of the response box represents the approximate text characters available for that response. For other questions, a counter has been provided to indicate the remaining character spaces available as you input your response. If you exceed the maximum limit, the counter will reflect a negative number and any additional text entered beyond the maximum limit will not appear.
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  • Summer '15
  • Prof. Tanbir Ahmed Chowdhury
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