Geographic Compensation Report
The Geographic Compensation Report (GEO) is a report that provides estimated market levels from our 4 compensation surveys. As a result, 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.
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