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INDUSTRY OUTLOOK


Q4 - WHAT RETENTION TOOLS DOES YOUR COMPANY USE TO MINIMIZE TURNOVER?


Answers We pay higher wages


Our benefits are better than average Flex Schedules


Additional time off


The ability of the employee to speak their minds


Recognition and appreciation Talent and skill utilization Educational reimbursement Other


Responses 130 172 131 53


161 203 182 85 42


Q5 - IN 2014, MY COMPANY IS PROJECTING: Answers


Significant growth Moderate growth No Growth


Moderate decline Significant decline Not sure


Responses 60


255 48 4 4


29


Percent 11.22% 14.84% 11.30% 4.57%


13.89% 17.52% 15.70% 7.33% 3.62%


Percent 15.00% 63.75% 12.00% 1.00% 1.00% 7.25%


Q6 - HOW MANY PEOPLE WILL YOUR COMPANY BE HIRING THIS YEAR (2014)?


Answers 1 - 5


6 - 10


11 - 20 21 - 50


51 - 100 101 - 200 201+


Likely not hiring


Responses 166 55 39 42 18 19 23 35


Percent 41.81% 13.85% 9.82%


10.58% 4.53% 4.79% 5.79% 8.82%


Q7 - WHEN DO YOU EXPECT YOUR COMPANY TO HIRE? (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY)


Answers


1st Quarter 2014 (Jan - March) 2nd Quarter 2014 (April - June) 3rd Quarter 2014 (July - Sept) 4th Quarter 2014 (Oct - Dec) N/A


Responses 208 237 171 109 50


Percent 26.84% 30.58% 22.06% 14.06% 6.45%


Q8 - WHAT TYPE OF PEOPLE WILL YOUR COMPANY BE HIRING THIS YEAR?


Answers Avionics


Maintenance


Responses 148 259


Sheet metal/Structures/Composites/Fabricators 91 Interiors/Cabinetry/Upholstery Paint


Quality Assurance Engineering Pilots


Flight Attendants Dispatch


Line Service


Sales/Marketing/Business Development Social Media Manager Customer Service


Administration including Human Resources/Recruiting


Management N/A


Other


48 41 92 73


150 12 48 56 73 10 69


75 76 24 29


Percent 10.77% 18.85% 6.62% 3.49% 2.98% 6.70% 5.31%


10.92% 0.87% 3.49% 4.08% 5.31% 0.73% 5.02%


5.46% 5.53% 1.75% 2.11%


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