Big Paycheck Jumps Unlikely Salary increases are expected to remain at historic lows next year. But Peter LeBlanc, senior vice-president of Sibson Consulting, says that more Americans will be getting bonuses, which have become a much more popular way of rewarding employees than raises. LeBlanc speaks with NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Big Jumps in Paychecks Unlikely in 2005

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Big Jumps in Paychecks Unlikely in 2005

Big Jumps in Paychecks Unlikely in 2005

Big Jumps in Paychecks Unlikely in 2005

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Salary increases are expected to remain at historic lows next year. But Peter LeBlanc, senior vice-president of Sibson Consulting, says that more Americans will be getting bonuses, which have become a much more popular way of rewarding employees than raises. LeBlanc speaks with NPR's Renee Montagne.