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B. Employment and Training

Instructions

Answer questions as they relate to you. For most answers, check the boxes most applicable to you or fill in the blanks.

    Employee Structure

  1. What percentage of your labor force is unionized?
  2. None

    25% to 49%

    50% to 74%

    75% to 100%

    How many employees currently work at this establishment?

  3. Full-time
  4. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  5. Part-time
  6. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  7. Temporary
  8. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

    How many employees worked at this establishment three years ago?

  9. Full-time
  10. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  11. Part-time
  12. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  13. Temporary
  14. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

    How many employees (estimated) will work at this establishment three years from now?

  15. Full-time
  16. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  17. Part-time
  18. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  19. Temporary
  20. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

    If you reported any part-time employees, how many are:

  21. Seasonal
  22. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 or more

  23. Year round
  24. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 or more

  25. If seasonal, when are your busy seasons?
  26. (Select all that apply.)

    Spring

    Summer

    Fall

    Winter

  27. Did your firm's employment change over the past five years?
  28. Yes

    No

  29. If yes, please check the three (3) main reasons for the employment change over the past five years.
  30. (Select all that apply.)

    Technological changes

    Change in management

    Growth in demand, or lack of demand

    Number of contracts

    Business did not exist five years ago

    Improved or decreased efficiency

    Government regulation

    Increased competition

    Renovation/expansion

    New products/services

    Entered new markets

    Change in subcontracting

    Corporate decisions/policies

    Other:

  31. What is your current employment hiring state?
  32. Increasing workforce

    Downsizing

    Stable

    How many unpaid family members work at this establishment?

  33. Currently
  34. 1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

  35. Three years ago
  36. 1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

  37. Three years from now (estimate
  38. )

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

    Management

  39. What is your highest grade of year of school you have completed?
  40. Less than High School Diploma or GED

    High School Diploma or GED

    Associates or other 2 year college degree

    Bachelors degree

    Master’s degree or beyond

  41. Prior to opening (joining) this business, had you owned or operated another business?
  42. Yes

    No

    Recruiting

  43. What resources are you currently using to locate new employees?
  44. (Select all that apply.)

    Ad in metro-wide papers

    Ad in local community papers

    Placement office of four-year or two-year colleges

    Private search firms

    Referrals from existing employees

    Job service

    Temporary agency

    Hire our own apprentices

    Promote from within

    Local job fair

    Internet/World Wide Web

    List other:

    Wages and Benefits

  45. Does your company provide benefits to its employees?
  46. Yes (please answer questions about benefits)

    No (you may skip the rest of benefit questions)

  47. If yes, what percentage of health care premiums do you pay?
  48. Less than 20%

    Between 20 and 40%

    Between 41 and 60%

    Between 61 and 80%

    Greater than 80%

  49. Would you be willing to participate in a collective health care plan sponsored by a local organization, such as a Chamber of Commerce?
  50. Yes

    No

  51. Please share the reasons for interest or non-interest in a collective health plan.
  52. (Provide up to three responses.)

    Training

  53. What types of General Skills training do your current employees need?
  54. (Select all that apply.)

    Basic math

    Reading and writing

    Interpersonal communications

    Basic accounting

    English as a second language

    Specialized equipment operations

    Other :

  55. What types of Managerial Skills training do your current employees need?
  56. (Select all that apply.)

    Financial Management

    Record keeping

    Inventory control

    Business planning

    Employee management

    Other:

  57. What types of Professional Skills training do your current employees need?
  58. (Select all that apply.)

    Sales

    Marketing

    Customer service

    Other:

  59. What types of Computer Skills training do your current employees need?
  60. (Select all that apply.)

    Word-processing

    Spreadsheets

    Computer-aided design

    Graphic design and layout

    Database management

    Computer system installation and maintenance

    Computer programming

    Other:

  61. What specialized Medical Skills do your employees need, if any?
  62. (Provide up to three responses.)

  63. What other Specialized Skills or Specialized Equipment Skills training do your current employees need?
  64. (Provide up to three responses.)

  65. Do your employees require training in any of the following areas?
  66. (Select all that apply.)

    Basic workforce skills (e.g., writing, communication skills, team playing, diversity)

    English as a second language

    Office machine use (e.g., typewriter, calculator, copy machine, Dictaphone)

    Computer use (e.g., keyboarding, software)

    Computer programming

    Management skills

    Customer service

    Sales

    Using new machinery or technology

    Other:

  67. How do you currently train your employees?
  68. (Select all that apply.)

    Do not provide any employee training

    Self-taught (manuals, videos, training materials)

    In-house training (one-on-one by supervisor or co-worker, training department classes, etc.)

    Send employees to workshops

    Contract with private vendors

    Contract with public vendors (technical colleges, etc.)

    On-the-job training (a government supported program)

    Apprenticeships

    Distance learning (correspondence, the Internet, TV)

    Other:

  69. Please indicate which local schools or training organizations your company uses for employee training.
  70. (Select all that apply.)

    No outside school or organization is used

    School A

    School B

    School C

    Organization A

    Organization B

    Other:

  71. What types of training programs have been outsourced to a school or training organization?
  72. (Select all that apply.)

    None. All training is internally provided.

    General skills

    Managerial skills

    Professional skills

    Computer skills

    Specialized skills

    Other:

  73. In which of the following outreach programs would your firm be interested?
  74. (Select all that apply.)

    Participating in career exploration or shadowing programs for area high school students

    Participating in mentoring programs for area high school students

    Participating in mentoring programs for tech college or university students

    Serving as an apprenticeship site

    Providing summer employment for students and/or teachers

    Collaborating with other businesses in training students and/or employees (providing space, equipment, or resource people)

    Offering training to members of other organizations, such as schools and companies

    Serving on a school advisory committee

  75. Please check which of the following best describes your company's budget, in respect to employee training.
  76. We do not budget for individual employee training

    $1 – $49 per year/per employee

    $50 – $199 per year/per employee

    $200 – $999 per year/per employee

    $1,000 – $1999 per year/per employee

    $2,000+ per year/per employee

  77. Check each area where your company might use an external training service
  78. (Select all that apply.)

    Product development processes

    Lean manufacturing practices

    Workplace skills (comm.., teamwork, decision making, etc.)

    Manufacturing techniques

    Plant floor management processes

    Inventory management practices

    Quality programs

    Management training

    Environmental compliance

    IT/e-business fundamentals

    Business planning

    Other:

  79. Check your three most preferred formats for staff training from outside providers
  80. (Select three.)

    Customized off-site training

    Customized on-site training

    Multi-day conference

    Partial-day workshop

    One-day seminar

    Web-based training

    Series of daily classes

    Series of weekly classes

    Self-study printed material

    Other:

  81. Please list three training seminars that would benefit your current employees.
  82. (Provide up to three responses.)

    Location and Housing

  83. If more than 50% of your employees live outside the COMMUNITY, please indicate why you think this is the case.
  84. If your workforce expanded by 10%, would there be affordable housing for these workers within 30 minutes of your place of business?
  85. Yes

    No

    Uncertain

    From your perspective as a businessperson, please rate housing opportunities in this community for OWNED homes.

  86. Quality
  87. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Very poor

  88. Availability
  89. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Very poor

  90. Affordability
  91. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Very poor

  92. Location
  93. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Very poor

    From your perspective as a businessperson, please rate housing opportunities in this community for RENTAL housing.

  94. Quality
  95. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Very poor

  96. Availability
  97. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Very poor

  98. Affordability
  99. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Very poor

  100. Location
  101. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Very poor

    How many paid employees currently work at this establishment?

  102. Year-round full-time
  103. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  104. Year-round part-time
  105. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  106. Summer seasonal full-time
  107. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  108. Summer seasonal part-time
  109. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  110. Winter seasonal full-time
  111. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  112. Winter seasonal part-time
  113. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

    How many paid employees worked at this establishment three years ago?

  114. Year-round full-time
  115. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  116. Year-round part-time
  117. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  118. Summer seasonal full-time
  119. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  120. Summer seasonal part-time
  121. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  122. Winter seasonal full-time
  123. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  124. Winter seasonal part-time
  125. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

    How many paid employees (estimated) will work at this establishment three years from now?

  126. Year-round full-time
  127. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  128. Year-round part-time
  129. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  130. Summer seasonal full-time
  131. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  132. Summer seasonal part-time
  133. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  134. Winter seasonal full-time
  135. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  136. Winter seasonal part-time
  137. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

    How many of your current jobs are held by students?

    Specify the number of high school and/or college students.

  138. High school
  139. 1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

  140. College
  141. 1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

    How many of your jobs three years ago were held by students?

    Specify the number of high school and/or college students.

  142. High school
  143. 1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

  144. College
  145. 1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

    How many of your jobs in three years (estimated) will be held by students?

    Specify the number of high school and/or college students.

  146. High school
  147. 1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

  148. College
  149. 1

    2

    3

    4

    5 or more

    Do you expect the number of employees you have in each of the following categories to increase, stay the same, or decrease over the next three years?

  150. General labor
  151. Increase

    Stay the Same

    Decrease

  152. General production labor
  153. Increase

    Stay the Same

    Decrease

  154. Precision production/specialty skills
  155. Increase

    Stay the Same

    Decrease

  156. Clerical
  157. Increase

    Stay the Same

    Decrease

  158. Sales
  159. Increase

    Stay the Same

    Decrease

  160. Professional/management
  161. Increase

    Stay the Same

    Decrease

  162. Temporary/contract employees
  163. Increase

    Stay the Same

    Decrease

  164. Youth employees
  165. Increase

    Stay the Same

    Decrease

    Please estimate the number of your full-time employees by occupation.

  166. Management
  167. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  168. Professional or technical
  169. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  170. Marketing or sales
  171. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  172. Administrative support
  173. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  174. Agriculture, forestry or fishing
  175. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  176. Service occupations
  177. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  178. Precision production
  179. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  180. Operator or laborer
  181. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

    Please estimate the average hourly wage of your full-time employees by occupation.

  182. Management
  183. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  184. Professional or technical
  185. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  186. Marketing or sales
  187. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  188. Administrative support
  189. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  190. Agriculture, forestry or fishing
  191. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  192. Service occupations
  193. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  194. Precision production
  195. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  196. Operator or laborer
  197. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

    Please estimate the number of your part-time employees by occupation.

  198. Management
  199. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  200. Professional or technical
  201. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  202. Marketing or sales
  203. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  204. Administrative support
  205. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  206. Agriculture, forestry or fishing
  207. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  208. Service occupations
  209. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  210. Precision production
  211. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

  212. Operator or laborer
  213. 1 to 5

    6 to 10

    11 to 15

    16 to 20

    21 to 25

    26 to 50

    51 or more

    Overall, how do you rate your employees with respect to their work attitude and quality?

  214. Attitude toward work
  215. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

  216. Quality of work
  217. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

    How would you rate the local labor force?

  218. Quality
  219. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

  220. Quantity
  221. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

  222. Availability
  223. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

  224. Stability
  225. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

    Does your company have problems recruiting employees in the following categories?

  226. Sales
  227. Yes

    No

    Unsure

  228. Clerical
  229. Yes

    No

    Unsure

  230. Maintenance
  231. Yes

    No

    Unsure

  232. Janitorial
  233. Yes

    No

    Unsure

  234. Technician
  235. Yes

    No

    Unsure

  236. Management
  237. Yes

    No

    Unsure

  238. Professional
  239. Yes

    No

    Unsure

    Recruiting (1)

  240. List any other types of employees (not listed above) that your company has difficulty recruiting.
  241. If you answered "yes" above, check the items below that best describe the nature of your recruiting problem.
  242. (Select all that apply.)

    Poor work attitudes

    Inadequate labor skills

    High cost of training employees

    Competition for seasonal or part-time employees

    High wage rates for labor

    Workers will not migrate into the area

    Other:

    Benefits

  243. Which of the following benefits are available to your full-time employees?
  244. Health insurance

    Paid vacation time

    Paid sick leave

    Profit sharing

    Retirement/401K contribution

    Uniforms/uniform allowance

    Child care/dependent benefits

    Other:

  245. Which of the following benefits are available to your part-time employees?
  246. Health insurance

    Paid vacation time

    Paid sick leave

    Profit sharing

    Retirement/401K contribution

    Uniforms/uniform allowance

    Child care/dependent benefits

    Other:

    What is the average starting hourly wage paid to full-time employees in each category?

  247. General labor
  248. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  249. General production
  250. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  251. Precision production/specialty skilled
  252. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  253. Clerical
  254. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  255. Sales
  256. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  257. Professional/management
  258. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

    What is the average wage for workers with at least 3-years experience in each category?

  259. General labor
  260. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  261. General production
  262. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  263. Precision production/specialty skilled
  264. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  265. Clerical
  266. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  267. Sales
  268. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  269. Professional/management
  270. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

    What is the average wage for each of the following types of workers?

  271. Full-time year-round
  272. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  273. Part-time year-round
  274. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  275. Full-time seasonal
  276. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

  277. Part-time seasonal
  278. Less than $8.00 per hour

    $8.00 to $9.99 per hour

    $10.00 to 14.99 per hour

    $15.00 to $19.99 per hour

    $20.00 to $24.99 per hour

    $25.00 to $29.99 per hour

    $30.00 or more per hour

    Benefits by type of employee

  279. Which of the following benefits do you offer to full-time year-round employees?
  280. Health plan

    Retirement

    Vacation

    Sick leave

  281. Which of the following benefits do you offer to part-time year-round employees?
  282. Health plan

    Retirement

    Vacation

    Sick leave

  283. Which of the following benefits do you offer to full-time seasonal employees?
  284. Health plan

    Retirement

    Vacation

    Sick leave

  285. Which of the following benefits do you offer to part-time seasonal employees?
  286. Health plan

    Retirement

    Vacation

    Sick leave

    Please rate the usefulness of the training programs your company has used.

  287. Education/Training Program A
  288. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

  289. Education/Training Program B
  290. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

  291. Education/Training Program C
  292. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

  293. Education/Training Program D
  294. Excellent

    Above average

    Average

    Below average

    Poor

    Please indicate where most of your employees live.

  295. Within 5 miles of your business location
  296. Within 5 to 20 miles of your business location
  297. More than 20 miles from your business location
  298. Please estimate the percentage of your employees that live in the following areas.

  299. Area A
  300. Area B
  301. Area C
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