FMI Corporation, the leading provider of management consulting and investment banking services to the Built Environment, is pleased to announce the release of the 2019 Engineering Survey data.
In today’s market, attracting and retaining talent requires not only competitive compensation but also a comprehensive package of total rewards and tools to deliver critical information to the compensation professional. FMI Compensation offers a holistic picture of total rewards, including compensation benefits, vehicles, pay practices and more. This proprietary data can be accessed on the company’s interactive website, www.FMICompensation.com.
Recently released data includes:
- 2019 Engineering Survey
- 2019 Construction Professional
- 2019 Construction Executive
- 2019 Benefits and Pay Practices
- 2019 Salary Increase Survey
Peter Cregger, FMI’s chief data officer, states, “The release of FMI’s 2019 Engineering Survey expands key compensation data to customers across the Built Environment. FMI’s survey products allow for detailed understandings of compensation and benefit offerings across Construction Professionals, Executives, Homebuilders and Engineering sectors. Enabling customers to truly understand how their specific compensation/benefit data compares within the industry allows for fact-based, data-driven decisions.
This year’s addition of the Benchmark Tool allows for a clear understanding of how precisely incumbents fall in or out of market (specific to job families, MSA, revenue ranges, industry) and giving actionable information on their data. Tight labor markets require customers to have accurate and timely data to remain competitive while balancing their total rewards offerings.”
FMI is in its 24th year of providing critical market compensation data to the industry. The company’s deep knowledge of labor market data and industry trends is a fundamental building block of an effective pay policy. This information is critical for today’s leaders to drive organizational success and long-term employee performance.
To learn more about FMI’s Salary and Benefits surveys, visit: www.FMICompensation.com.