Last Month for 75% Participation Discount on Salary & Benefits Surveys

by ERI Salary Surveys 1. December 2014 13:09
The early bird 75% participation discount for ERI Salary Surveys expires this month. Submit your organization’s pay data before December 31, 2014 to become eligible for the full discount. [More]

Executive Salary Survey Data Trends: 2013-2014

by Lyle Leritz, Ph.D. 24. November 2014 12:50
In continuing our look at salary trends for executive occupations, this analysis compares salaries between 2013 and 2014 submissions to ERI Salary Surveys for both nonprofit and for-profit reports. For each year, total averages were calculated by job title and included all available data to maximize sample size.
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Tracking Nonprofit Executive Salaries: Recreation/Sports Organizations

by Linda M. Lampkin, Research Director 27. October 2014 14:22
The discussion of whether or not the NFL should have nonprofit tax-exempt status is heating up again, as proposed federal legislation that would end such exemptions is considered. Currently, the NCAA, NHL and PGA Tour do have similar non-profit status, while Major League Baseball gave up its non-profit status in 2007, and the NBA has never been tax-exempt. Of course, tax-exempt status does not mean that the NFL is considered a charity (serving the public good and accepting tax deductible contributions), just that it is a non-profit trade organization and doesn’t pay corporate income taxes. In fact, the NFL does pay taxes on some of its activities. [More]

Earn Recertification Credits by Participating in Our Salary Surveys

by ERI Salary Surveys 9. October 2014 11:19
HR professionals are now eligible to receive recertification credits for WorldatWork Society of Certified Professionals designations by participating in ERI Salary Surveys compensation and benefits surveys. [More]

How to Select and Use Compensation Surveys

by Malak Kazan, CECP, CCP, CBP, GRP 3. October 2014 14:26
This learning aid serves as a resource to select and to use compensation surveys, a foundational element in total rewards management. [More]