DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2p3tm9/incentive) has announced the addition of the "Incentive Compensation Survey of Architecture, Engineering, Planning & Environmental Consulting Firms, 2012" report to their offering.
In an industry still reeling from the recent recession, A/E firms continue to explore new ways to provide competitive employee compensation while controlling labor expenditures.
- How do your bonus plans compare to other firms?
- What kinds of incentive compensation programs are the most successful in attracting top talent as well as motivating and retaining current employees?
- How do firms your type, size, or location, calculate bonus amounts?
- Among your peers, has spending on incentive compensation increased or decreased this year?
- How will spending change in the future?
- What are the challenges in providing competitive and effective incentive compensation programs?
If your firm is grappling with questions like these, ZweigWhite's 2012 Incentive Compensation Survey can help you create a competitive incentive compensation plan that attracts and retains top talent.
The 2012 Incentive Compensation Survey provides important data that firms can use to:
- Improve the programs you already have in place
- Start up new plans from scratch
- Decide who should receive which types of bonuses, how often, and at what amounts
- Find out how firm leaders rate different plans
- Discover which bonus types have been the most successful for motivating, recruiting, and retaining staff
Get specific information on:
- Average amount paid out per signing, referral, performance, and other bonus plans
- Total and individual incentive compensation plan spending as a percentage of total payroll
- Total and individual incentive compensation plan spending per employee
- Actual formulas for calculating compensation plans in use among firms like yours
- Percentage of pretax profits firms set aside for firm-wide profit sharing pools
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