Salary Survey Data Trends: Admin Jobs

by Lyle Leritz, Ph.D. 7. August 2013 08:30
Administrative jobs are common to nearly all organizations and are often a core part of benchmarking projects. As such, we’ve included the occupation in our Year-to-Year Analysis of Salary Survey Data Trends. [More]

2013 Compensation Surveys Available August 1

by ERI Salary Surveys 25. July 2013 14:08
ERI Salary Surveys will release its 2013 collection of industry and job function compensation surveys for the United States and Canada on August 1. These are true salary surveys, reporting participant data gathered during the present and prior year (October 2012 to April 2013), complemented by two additional sections of data for comparison purposes. The result is up to three survey sources per benchmark job, including ERI Assessor Series data and public datasets. [More]

Year-to-Year Analysis of Salary Survey Data Trends: 2012-2013

by Lyle Leritz, Ph.D. 2. July 2013 15:29
This analysis compares salaries between 2012 and 2013 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 (that is, industry and area breakouts were ignored) to maximize sample size (similar to a national report). [More]

Benefits Survey Reports Nonprofits Shifting Health Care Costs to Employees

by ERI Salary Surveys 1. July 2013 15:36
In order to attract and retain top talent in an increasingly competitive market, nonprofit organizations, historically, have offered generous benefits to create a total compensation package. The thirteenth annual Benefits in Nonprofit Organizations Survey, released July 1, 2013 by ERI Salary Surveys, reports that nonprofit employers are finding it more difficult to fund rich health care benefits programs. [More]

Health Care Benefits Benchmarking Survey Shows Continuing Trend by Employers to Reduce Costs

by ERI Salary Surveys 19. April 2013 13:55

Changes to federal health care law and rising medical costs have many organizations throughout the United States implementing less expensive health care options. Rather than offering changes in traditional plans, some employers are moving to high deductible health plans coupled with a Health Savings Account. Others are simply reducing benefit levels overall through cost-saving measures.

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