With the start of the New Year, MSEC’s Surveys Team would like to thank all of the MSEC members who participated in our 2016 surveys. Thank you for partnering with us to publish the most comprehensive and reliable compensation and benefit surveys for Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming employers. We would not be able to publish our survey resources without your participation!
As the New Year begins, we want to take this opportunity to announce the 2017 MSEC Core Compensation and Benefits Survey Schedule. Please mark your calendar with these important 2017 survey dates!
Remember, each MSEC member that participates in one of the above compensation or benefits surveys is eligible to receive a FREE Custom Survey Analysis (CSA). The CSA is our thank you for taking the time to participate in surveys.
What is a CSA? A CSA allows an organization to compare its compensation and/or benefits against an aggregate data line of selected organizations of their choosing or by a specific survey demographic. A CSA can be requested for any or all jobs or benefit questions in the survey. We need a minimum of 10 participating organizations to run a CSA to protect the confidentiality of the participating organizations’ data.
MSEC will provide one complimentary CSA to organizations who submit questionnaires on or before the survey deadline date. The CSAs will be available upon request after the survey has been published. Don’t miss your opportunity to receive a complimentary CSA valued at $225!
We thank you for your ongoing support of MSEC’s compensation and benefit surveys. If you have any questions for us or suggestions on how we can improve the survey process, please contact us at 800.884,1328 or email@example.com.
2016 Non-Profit/Foundation Compensation Survey
The 2016 Non-Profit/Foundation Compensation Survey is now available. Participation includes 102 organizations from Colorado, two from Wyoming, and six from Arizona. This survey reports salary data for full-time and part-time employees in 93 positions. These data are displayed by annual budget size, and type of nonprofit. Data reported by Foundations are sorted by asset size. The General Information section of the survey reports the projected pay and pay structure increases for 2016 and 2017 in addition to other organization practices.
2016 Mental Health Survey
The 2016 Mental Health Compensation Survey reports data from 31 health care organizations located in Colorado and Wyoming. This survey contains data for 54 benchmark jobs. Data are displayed by type of funding: Publicly funded (government-funded), Privately funded (no government funding) and Non-Profit (variety of funding sources). The average percentage increases in pay and pay structure increases projected for 2016 and 2017 are included in the report. In addition, participants also reported licensure differentials for clinical positions, incentive/bonus programs, and psychiatrist on-call pay.