Increasingly today, attracting and retaining talent requires more than just competitive compensation but requires a comprehensive package of total rewards. FMI Compensation offers a holistic picture of total rewards including compensation benefits, work-life balance, rewards and recognition, training and development, retirement, phones, vehicles, pay practices, family leave and more.
The Compensation Survey provides compensation data primarily for non-union professionals.
Data Filters include: survey year, survey title, revenue range, industry, geography, bonus status, and whether an incumbent was in the same position as in the previous year.
Data Elements include: base salary, short-term incentive pay, and automobile benefits.
The Executive Survey provides compensation data for executives and company leaders.
Data Filters include: survey year, survey title, revenue ranges, geography, bonus status, and whether an incumbent was in the same position the previous year.
Data Elements include: base salary, short-term incentive pay, long-term incentive pay, board of directors’ pay, long-term incentive company practices, predicted base pay, total cash and total compensation.
The Benefits Survey contains data on benefits offered at construction and engineering companies.
Data Filters include: survey year, revenue range, and industry (for engineering and construction industries).
Data Elements include: medical, dental, life & disability, retirement, executive and fringe benefits, work/life, PTO and professional development, automotive, salary increase, relocation, turnover, and other pay practices.
Oil & Gas
Operations & Maintenance
|Engineering & Environmental||47189|
|Homebuilders Sales & Design||5820|