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Paying for Achievement

By Alan Horowitz  |  Posted 06-01-2001 Print

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Paying for Achievement

Between 4th quarter 2000 and 1st quarter 2001, CIOs diverted bonuses to proven performers. (Changes represent a percentage of average base pay; "hot" skills and certifications are those receiving pay premiums over 10 percent in 1st quarter 2001.)

- 0.2%
Average decrease in bonuses for IT workers with "hot" skills

3.1%
Average increase in bonuses for IT workers with "hot" certifications

3.1%
Average increase in bonuses for high-performing IT professionals

Source: Foote Partners, LLC Hot Technical Skills & Certifications Pay Index, 1st Quarter 2001.



 

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