2013-12-26 07:41:49 - Banque Palatine, Bank of medium-sized and middle sized companies (ETI) in the BPCE Group, presents the results of its Market Observatory 32nd Banque Palatine SME / ETI (CA 15 to 500 million euros) made from 305 leaders by Opinion Way Institute in partnership with the magazine Challenges and i> TELE.
Tax reform deemed necessary by the vast majority of SME-ETI
The worst enemy of SME-ETI is the legal and fiscal instability. That is why 88% of entrepreneurs interviewed believe that the overhaul of the tax announced by the Prime Minister is a necessity. But they have little hope on effects.
Gifts and bonuses more frequent end of the year in 2013
In 2013, 52% of SME-ETI considering offering year-end gifts to their customers, a significant increase over last year (+12 pts). 60% of SME-ETI (+14 pts vs. Late 2012) think make year-end gifts to their salariés.70% of SME-ETI consider giving a minimum premium to some of their employees, a proportion significantly higher than last year (+18 points). 33% of employers even consider paying
a premium for all their employees.
The priority objectives of SME-ETI: the sustainability of their business and job retention
For almost all SME-ETI, objectives primarily concern the sustainability of their business (98%), maintenance of employment (89%) and profitability (88%). Only 17% say that the optimization of shareholder remuneration is an objective prioritaires.57% of SME-ETI are willing to make efforts on their compensation to cope with the crisis. Efforts that entrepreneurs are willing to extend their concern especially wages, but also their dividends.
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