The majority of the nation's employees are not expected to receive higher raises and bonuses in 2006 than they did in 2005, a new survey from Robert Half International Inc. says.

Less than one-third of chief financial officers polled in the annual survey said that they will give bigger salary increases in the coming year, while just 20 percent anticipate boosting bonus amounts. The survey was conducted by an independent research firm and includes the responses of more than 1,400 chief financial officers from a random sampling of U.S. companies with 20 or more employees.

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