Where can I find salary and compensation surveys?
Because of the time sensitive information, surveys are often identified by by the year or quarter in which the data was collected. Several salary survey demos are available at: HR-Survey . Surveys gather and summarize compensation information and provide a means for comparison of salaries at the company.
Is the salary survey based on the proper methodology?
The salary surveys are always based on the proper job evaluation methodology, which is standardized across the industry as the compensation consultant can compare the jobs with the same job size as the job titles are not the suitable for the salary comparisons.
Why are salary surveys often out of date?
Survey data is often time sensitive and may become out-of-date quickly. Because of the time sensitive information, surveys are often identified by by the year or quarter in which the data was collected. The purpose of salary surveys provide a means for comparison of salaries at the company.
Can a compensation consultant participate in a salary survey?
The salary survey is about strictly confidential data and the compensation consultant has to be widely recognized for the data privacy practices and has to present the large population of the participating organizations in the salary survey. How to participate in Salary Surveys?
Is there salary survey in the United Kingdom?
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What are the benefits of a salary survey?
If the survey includes data from a large number of participants, the value of the survey results will be increased if the results can be tabulated by other employer demographics such as: funding type (public/private), industry, geographic region, size (number of employees or financial measure)
What are the job titles for Salary surveys?
Appropriate Jobs. Salary Surveys collect compensation data for one or more jobs (job titles). The jobs may vary depending on industry and or size of employer. For example, some surveys for printing companies may include titles such as: Press Operator, Binding Machine Operator, or Lithographic Press Operator.