Multiracial Business Team

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Important timelines

Participation opens May 1st, 2017.

Data collection closes August 31st, 2017.

Results are released before October 31st, 2017.

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What positions are covered?

The survey covers 82 marketing & sales positions in:

  • general operations
  • marketing/media
  • sales/merchandising/advertising
  • art/design/media
  • communications/events/community relations
  • customer service/technical services/call centres
  • retail
  • member relations/fundraising
  • business development

Position descriptions are included in both the data collection questionnaire and the report but can also be requested by contacting us.

What is the cost?
Participate & Receive a Discount of 50% or More

BEST VALUE

 Participant Price

$749.00

 Participant Price With Additional Member Discount

 $636.65

FULL PRICE

 Non-Participant Price

$1,500

Non-Participant Price With Additional Member Discount

 $1,275

Members save money! How do I become a member?

Members of the following are eligible for a 15% discount. For membership information, please contact the association directly:

Not sure you have the budget to purchase?

Participate now to lock in the savings. As long as you have participated in the survey, you’ll be eligible to receive the results for the participant price. So participate now and decide later.

Perks of participating

Participating stretches your HR dollars by giving you…

A 50% discount

Complimentary access to CompPlus – our online sorting tool (a $1,500 value)

Complimentary report on actual & projected salary increases (a $1,500 value)

What data is collected?

Compensation data collected:

  • salary ranges
  • base salaries
  • total cash
  • quality of match
  • hours of work

Geographic regions covered:

  • British Columbia
  • Alberta
  • Saskatchewan
  • Manitoba
  • Ontario
How is the data reported?

CompEssentials includes both an excel spreadsheet and pdf report and is available for download with purchase.

WCBC segments data into the most commonly used breakdowns so you can quickly target your salary levels.

Data is both company- and incumbent-weighted and statistical breakdowns include:

  • Average
  • 25th percentile
  • 50th percentile
  • 75th percentile

Data is segmented by:

  • province
  • city
  • economic sector
  • revenue
  • full-time employees and
  • selected industries

CompPlus, our online tool, enables you to:

  • select preferred percentiles (such as P65 or P90) and calculate how your pay compares in the market
  • segment data by:
    • province
    • city
    • economic sector
    • revenue
    • full-time employees
    • industry
  • exclude or include your organization’s data in your analysis (available to participants only)
  • apply an aging factor to the data

CompEssentials is included with CompPlus.

Participants receive complimentary access to CompPlus (a $1,500 value).

What types of organizations are included in this survey?

Participation in our annual surveys is open to organizations with employees in Canada. No organization is too small or too large. While data collection in underway the mix of organizations is constantly in flux, however, the typical mix is:

Private Sector 60% to 65%
60%
Public Sector 15% to 20%
15%
Not-For-Profit 25% to 30%
25%

Survey results are broken out by economic sector to enable you to target your salaries, as appropriate.

Contact:

Nancy MacLeod

604-683-9155

1-800-781-2411

Note: Reports are offered exclusively for the internal compensation planning activities of individual employers. Reports are not available to libraries, career placement centers, HR consulting firms or any other entity that could re-sell the data, make it available to the general public or use the data in its commercial activities. WCBC reserves to right to accept or decline participation/purchase requests.

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