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    Salary movements & labour trends

    I got this email:
    Salary Movements & Labour Trends
    2010/2011

    In preparation for our 2010/2011 edition of the Salary Movements & Labour Trends Survey, please click here for access to the questionnaire and highlights of the 2009 report.

    The survey covers the following topics:

    · Granted and Intended / Predicted Increases
    · Remuneration Policies and Practices
    · Premium Pay
    · Pay Concepts
    · Variable Pay
    · Minimum Rates of Pay
    · Expected Labour Trends
    · Labour Turnover
    · Union Involvement
    · Revenue, Costs and Training and Development Expenses
    . Cost Cutting
    . New Toll Road System
    . New Licensing System (AARTO)

    Please complete the questionnaire and return on or before the 17th November 2010. The participation fee is R3000 excl. VAT.

    We look forward to hearing from you.
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    At R3k to "participate," I'm sure you're looking forward to hearing from me!!

    Nice try
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    I put it down to poor grade narcotics. Three grand participation fee

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    Strange... and not a hint of Nigerian in there...

    Or is it just me?

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    Definitely not Nigerian - actually it's from a big auditing firm.

    There's no copyright notice on the highlights of 2009 survey section - wonder if I can publish it for you guys? It's pretty interesting stuff.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Big auditing firms have lost touch with reality, like lawyers and doctors.

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