Geographic Compensation Report
The Geographic Compensation Report (GEO) is a custom report that provides specific salary differential data based on actual market data collected annually in our 4 compensation surveys. Our report provides clients with the most comprehensive compensation data available and reflects an ever changing US compensation market.
Our reports are representative of any labor market and industry in the U.S.
How to use a Geographic Compensation Report?
- Estimating compensation market levels for 900+ classifications
- Determining salary structures in different locations
- Individual adjustments to base salaries
- Supplemental geographic differential payments
- Select any of our 4 job classification groups to customize your data
- Create your own user-defined area representative of the labor market (zip code, counties, or region)
- Select your industry
- Compensation data is reported by: Pay Range and Estimated Ranges
- Estimated Pay Range: Approximated wages being paid for the area noted in the report.
- Low – Value in an arrayal of which twenty-five percent (25%) of the sample falls below and seventy-five percent (75%) of the sample falls above.
- Average – Weighted average of the wages being paid.
- High – Value in an arrayal of which twenty-five percent (25%) of the sample falls above and seventy-five percent (75%) of the sample falls below.
- Estimated Ranges: These figures represent the estimated formal range structures for the area noted in the report.
- Minimum – Lowest wage at which an employee is usually paid.
- Midpoint – The “mid-value” between the minimum and maximum.
- Maximum – Highest wage at which an employee is usually paid.
4 Job Classification Categories- Select one classification from Group A-D per report
A. Hourly / Nonexempt – Covers 200 Job Classifications in:
Finance/Accounting, Payroll, Credit & Purchasing, Customer Service, General Office, Human Resources, Departmental Staff, Administrative/Secretarial, Sales & Marketing, Computer Operations, General, Maintenance, Stocking & Inventory, Shipping/Receiving, Drivers, Warehouse/Material Handling, Production, & Technicians.
B. Professional & Sales (Administrative & Sales Non Management) – Covers 140 Job Classifications in:
Finance/Accounting, Legal, Banking, Human Resources, General Services, Creative Media, Production / Logistics, Science & Research, Sales Management, Outside & Inside Sales, and Customer Service.
General Management, Finance & Accounting, Human Resources, Administrative & Office Services, Marketing & Sales Support, Customer Service & Call Center, Engineering & Technical, Material, Warehouse, and Manufacturing, Production, Assembly & Processing, Skilled Craft (Production Inspection) Inspection, Maintenance, Production & Operations Management.
IT: Management, Applications Systems Analysis & Programming, Applications Programming, Operating Systems Programming, Application Systems Analysis, Developers, Database Management & Development (RDBMS), Network Operations/Administration, Professional IT, Telecommunication Services, Mobile Application Developer, & Web-based Operations. Engineers: Aeronautical, Bio, Chemical, Civil, Electrical/Electronics, Environmental, Industrial, Mechanical, Metallurgical, Software, Hardware, Telecommunications, Production/Processing, Facilities, Quality, Safety, Research & Development, Supervisor, Manager, Director, Vice President, Designer, and Senior Designer.
We also have Functional Surveys available – These reports are a conglomeration of job classifications and are designed for the user wishing to review compensation data for specific sets of functional groupings over a wide range of classification levels.
Questions, or for additional information contact us at
(213) 765-3920, email@example.com