NAW 2016 Employee Compensation Report (2 Volumes)
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As soon as you complete your purchase of this two-volume NAW 2016 Employee Compensation Report, you‘ll receive an e-mail with links to immediately download Volume 1 (PDF) and Volume 2 (Excel file).
One of the major challenges facing business leaders is providing a fair and adequate compensation and benefits package for their employees. If the package is insufficient, the company can’t attract and keep qualified personnel. If the package is too generous, profit tends to suffer. And you want to know how much other companies are paying for certain positions and what fringe benefit packages are being offered.
The NAW 2016 Employee Compensation Report is a powerful cross-industry study that does all the heavy data crunching for you. It draws on findings from the most comprehensive compensation and benefits survey of the wholesale distribution industry that you’ll find anywhere. Nearly 1,000 wholesaler-distributors from a broad spectrum of sales volumes and lines of trade at more than 6,000 locations participated in this year's survey. With this report, you'll see how your company’s compensation program compares with those of other wholesale distribution companies. You’ll have all the benchmarks and backup you need to budget employee pay and benefits with confidence!
You’ll receive breakouts by:
- Company size in more than 20 sales volume categories from the smallest to $1 billion and above
- Job title from warehouse employee to vice president to CEO—more than 30 different titles
- Geography by more than 100 specific areas in the United States, plus Canada and Puerto Rico
- Compensation, including salaries, bonuses, and perks; sales commission plans; retirement income programs; health care programs; end-of-year bonus arrangements; and vacation and holiday pay.
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This report presents information for nearly 1,000 firms in the United States, plus Canada and Puerto Rico, with sales volumes as follows:
- Under $20 Million – 364 firms reporting
- $20 to $50 Million – 229 firms reporting
- $50 to $100 Million – 137 firms reporting
- $100 to $250 Million – 114 firms reporting
- $250 to $500 Million – 39 firms reporting
- $500 Million to $1 Billion – 29 firms reporting
- Over $1 Billion – 21 firms reporting
Volume 1 is the owner and C-level executive report on employee compensation and benefits in a handy 50-page PDF. It presents a summary of executive and staff compensation, including ranges and comparative details of particular interest to distribution executives. This volume also provides exclusive information on public versus private firms. This is especially beneficial for comparing firms that may have serious shareholder constraints on compensation with firms that are still private entities.
Volume 1 presents compensation details grouped in the following convenient, side-by-side presentations to facilitate comparisons useful in acquisition scenarios:
- Firms under $20 million and firms over $20 million
- 6 sales ranges analyzing firms over $20 million in more detail
- Local, regional, national, and international firms
Volume 1 also provides exclusive information on public versus private firms. This is especially beneficial for comparing firms that may have serious shareholder constraints on compensation with firms that are still private entities.
Volume 2 is of particular interest to the HR department. It provides a comprehensive analysis of entire firms as well as individual branches. Delivered as a searchable Excel document, this volume provides the critical information HR departments routinely use to establish compensation and benefits practices. It is ideal for adjusting compensation levels to the cost of living in different regions. This volume analyzes firms in more than 20 narrowly focused sales volume ranges. For those involved in acquisitions, this detail is especially helpful for understanding compensation issues at firms that may be acquisition candidates.
Volume 2 presents a detailed analysis of compensation and benefits in approximately
- 9 sales ranges under $10 million
- 13 sales ranges over $10 million
- about 106 regional, state, and metropolitan areas in the United States, plus Canada and Puerto Rico
Volume 2 also provides detailed branch analyses in approximately
- 10 sales ranges under $10 million
- 5 sales ranges over $10 million
- about 171 regional, state, and metropolitan geographic areas
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