As the first program office to be surveyed
by the BMPCOE, process champions were not sure which processes would be seen by the BMP survey team and the community as "best.
This year more than one-third (36 percent) of those surveyed
said that they have implemented a quality management program, up only slightly from last year (35 percent) but up significantly from two years ago (23 percent).
The 1991 survey marked the third time in the last five years that the American Forestry Association has surveyed
the nation's urban forests, and we don,t lose track of the cities between surveys.
cities began addressing disability issues over a fifteen-year span.
Some 39% of US companies surveyed
said they would increase pay to employees who are required to take on additional responsibility, compared to a global average of 26%.
Having been the first to be surveyed
, how does Subacute Saratoga feel about the process and what it strives to measure?
Quality of care was also emphasized in the 2005 Hospital CEO Leadership Survey, released by Cejka Search and Solucient(R), reporting that the majority of hospital CEOs surveyed
listed clinical quality/safety improvements as the number one critical focus area for an organization's success over the next three years.
Going beyond simple compliance, half (49 percent) of surveyed
banks reported plans to leverage their Basel II capabilities with moderate or considerable further spending in more strategic solutions such as embedding best practices across their risk functions.
This survey follows Gros Plastics Recruiters' Salary Survey completed in December 2004, which surveyed
plastics professionals and revealed comprehensive trend information surrounding compensation, benefits, and job security and satisfaction for the plastics and packaging industry.
In the 2005 survey, almost 90 percent of women surveyed
agreed with the statement that "breast augmentation is a personal choice that helps women to achieve the confidence and well-being to flourish in other areas of their lives.
Almost half of working Americans surveyed
(44 percent) said they're likely to work after retirement because they'll need income to make ends meet; only 28 percent of retirees responded that they've worked for that reason.
And most of those surveyed
say they are very (20 percent) or somewhat (56 percent) financially prepared for retirement.