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MSCI performs two cross-industry compensation surveys that together cover the full range of positions in a typical service center.
This survey collects and reports salary and compensation data on approximately 50 key jobs found in the metals industry. In addition to data on recruiting & retention, health care costs/trends, retirement benefits, vacations/PTO and holidays, sick and other leave, this report contains compensation-related statistics for common job titles in the industry:
The report includes breakdowns by annual sales and region. In addition to providing aggregate data on participating MSCI member companies, a total of 959 companies in the warehouse/distribution sector participated in the 2022 survey, representing nearly 10,000 locations.Purchase the Report Become a Survey Participant
This survey collects salary and compensation data on the following production positions found in the metals industry:
MSCI’s annual surveys are promoted to member companies by sending an e-mail invitation to both the CEO and the top functional staff member whose area of expertise aligns with the survey being promoted. For example, in addition to the company CEO the top Human Resources person at a company will receive survey requests for our Compensation Surveys.
If, in addition to the people mentioned above, you are interested in receiving any of our annual survey requests let us know by completing the form below.
How much does the report cost?
For participating members, the report is free. Non-participating members can purchase the report for $500 per report. This report is not available for purchase by non-members.
These two surveys are performed in alternating years so the industry compensation data is always current and the burden to complete the survey is spread evenly. The Sales, Administrative, Professional & Management Compensation are conducted and released in even years whereas the Production Employee Compensation are conducted and released in odd years.
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