Compensation and Benefits Surveys
- May include local, regional, and national data for compensation, benefits, and pay tends.
- Survey results are segmented by industry type and employment size.
- MRA members who participate receive the report for free and can access results 24/7. Earn HRCI recertification credit and SHRM professional development credit (PDC) through MRA survey participation.
- Key metrics, standard in the industry, are used for clarity.
Want to know what is on the horizon in terms of pay trends, talent strategies, health benefits, and talent management?
- MRA conducts a variety of tracking surveys to provide year-over-year trend data.
- Need custom compensation or benefits data for specific jobs or regions not covered in MRA’s Annual or Hot Topics surveys? Put MRA’s expertise to work creating your own proprietary results.
- Want to find out how satisfied your customers, vendors, or partners are? MRA designs proprietary Customer Satisfaction surveys specific to your organization.
Results are focused specifically on action steps you need to take to improve customer satisfaction and loyalty.
- Probe the issues facing your organization, for example emerging HR trends, recruitment and retention strategies, economic outlook, or healthcare attitudes.
- MRA will conduct brief surveys designed to quickly give our members in-the-moment insights (1 to 5 questions.)
Recent national studies show that only one in three employees are engaged with their company.
- An employee engagement survey is a valuable tool for gathering information to make data based decisions and understanding your employees' views of strengths and critical issues.
Did you know that within the first 18 months of employment, up to 40 percent of new hires quit their jobs!
- Gain insight and useful information to help you quickly and accurately determine key issues for your business to address. And help turn those new hires into long-term, productive employees.
Check MRA’s Survey Calendar to ensure you know when to expect survey invitations or to signal your interest in participating or purchasing a report.