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CIO

Abbreviation for:
charitable incorporated organisation
Chief Information Officer (Medspeak-UK)
Confederation of Indian Organisations (!) (Medspeak-UK)
corticosteroid-induced osteoporosis

CIO

Chief information officer. See Information systems.
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Drawing on data from the Robert Walters Global Salary Survey, the Instant Salary Checker App provides users with instant access to current market salaries and contract rates by role and sector.
* For a full report of the findings of the fourth annual CIMA Salary Survey, turn to page 62.
To request a copy of the 2010 APN Salary Survey, please email or call WNA Member Services Coordinator Joe Vande Slunt at joe@wisconsinnurses.org or 608-221-0383 x.11.
Looking at the UK picture, the salary survey, now in its 38th year, reveals that labour turnover in the UK has declined in the past 12 months.
"By also conducting this annual comprehensive Middle East and North Africa salary survey which covers professionals across the GCC, Levant and North Africa, we are able to shed timely light on what level of salaries people are earning and whether the Middle East's professionals are, or indeed are not, satisfied with how much they are paid, in addition to their expectations vis-Ea-vis future salaries and economic conditions.
The 'Salary Survey' offers an exhaustive report on the salary trends within the real estate industry in addition to important insights on the outlooks and attitudes of employees.
In order to provide employers and workers with the latest information on salary and other employment trends, the company is set to launch the fourth 'Middle East Salary Survey 2010' at 'Cityscape Dubai 2010', which runs from October 04 to 07, 2010 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
* The 2010 Salary Survey--IABC released its last salary survey in 2008; new data are scheduled to be released later this year.
"By conducting this comprehensive pan-regional, pan-industrial, salary survey which covers professionals across the GCC, Levant and North Africa, we are able to shed timely light on what level of salaries people are earning and whether the Middle East's professionals are, or indeed are not, satisfied with how much they are paid, in addition to their expectations vis-Ea-vis future salaries and economic conditions."
Dubai-based Bayt.com's Middle East Salary Survey revealed that professionals working in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region are unhappy that the increase in salaries does not reflect the increase in the cost of living.
The CMI's National Management Salary Survey said junior managers got pounds 21,876 a year on average, while team leaders received pounds 43,119.
Salaries in the life sciences sector defied expectations last year, increasing 5 percent, according to a 2009 salary survey conducted by The Scientist.