Compensation Survey Guide

 

2017 Compensation Survey is Open for Participation!

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Salary and benefit details you need. All in one guide.

Building a strong team to support your business now and into the future is a cornerstone of success. And, finding talented candidates for new and open positions can be challenging. Once you have identified a good prospect, getting them excited to join your team takes a blend of culture, recognition, rewards, advancement, work/life balance, training, mentoring, and of course competitive compensation. Getting the right mix takes resources.

Click to go to 2016 Compensation GuideThe 2016 Inland Northwest Compensation Survey Results Guide is calculated using data collected from employers’ right here in the Inland Northwest. This year's results are drawn from salary information submitted by 58 companies, more participants than even the big names in compensation data were able to gather this year for our area. The regional approach gives organizations hiring in Eastern Washington and North Idaho a detailed view of the salary expectations of new talent they are hoping to bring on board. So whether you are establishing a starting salary for a new hire, creating a benefits package, or determining appropriate increases for existing staff, data can serve as a vital tool in your decisions.

To ensure you are looking at data that best represents earnings for the position in our region, the team at Associated Industries has collected data on 59 positions spanning 12 job categories and compiled it all into an easy-to-use compensation guide. If your organization would like to join the survey or get more information, connect with our HR team at  hr@aiin.com.

Participants and Associated Industries member companies will get preferred pricing on the results guide and members participating get their copy for free. Everyone who purchases the 2016 guide will receive a follow-up email giving them a 50% discount on the purchase of the 2015 guide so they can track data changes year-over-year to make sure their plans keep up with the compensation of the area.

Click to go to 2015 Compensation GuideAnd of course, the 2015 Inland Northwest Compensation Guide is still available to purchase. The survey results are based on data collected from employers in your area—the Inland Northwest. The report combines salary reporting with bonuses, benefits packages, and work-style information.

 

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