Participation Opens for 2013 Salary & Benefits Surveys

by ERI Salary Surveys 18. September 2012 12:22

The participation window for ERI Salary Surveys opens October 1, 2012, and continues through March 31, 2013. As an early bird incentive, we are offering a 75% discount applied to the purchase of the results for those who participate in any of our U.S. or Canadian compensation and benefits surveys before the end of 2012. For the remainder of the collection period, participants will receive a 50% discount. Without participation, our surveys range in price from $489 to $689. Not only do you save money by participating, but your organiza­tion’s data also add to the validity of the survey results. Data may be submitted through our online questionnaire or by downloading an Excel version of the questionnaire and returning it via email. We also accept hardcopy versions of the questionnaire sent by fax or mail.


2012 Compensation Surveys Released

by ERI Salary Surveys 5. September 2012 12:26

ERI Salary Surveys has released its 2012 collection of compen­sation surveys for the United States and Canada. These are true salary surveys, reporting participant data gathered during the pres­ent and prior year (October 2011 – April 2012), complemented by two additional sections of data for comparison purposes. The result is up to three survey sources per benchmark job.


2012 Salary Surveys Set for Release August 2

by ERI Salary Surveys 19. July 2012 15:13

ERI Salary Surveys’ full line of 2012 industry and job function compensation surveys for the United States and Canada are available for purchase starting August 2.


Survey Shows Nonprofits Remain Cautious with Benefits in 2012

by ERI Salary Surveys 20. June 2012 11:08

ERI Salary Surveys’ twelfth annual Benefits in Nonprofit Organizations Survey, available July 2, indicates that nonprofits are continuing to deal with rising health care costs.


2012 Health Care Benefits Benchmarking Survey Released April 2nd

by ERI Salary Surveys 29. March 2012 15:16

Over the past several years, many businesses have found it more difficult to match the benefits they have offered in the past, or to those offered by larger competitors.


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