Compensation & Benefits Data
In a world of opinions, having the right information to make decisions matters.
It takes having the right information to stay competitive in making the best laid plans to recruit and keep great staff and leaders for your program.
The 2017 Wage and Benefit Study analyzes 53 job categories and is broken out by quartile, reported on a statewide level and by cluster whenever possible.
Your 2017 Compensation & Benefits Study Findings:
– Has NEW REDUCED pricing
– Includes data from more than 70 Head Start programs
– Are based on the Office of Head Start “Guide for Conducting a Wage and Fringe Benefits Comparability Survey”
Next Edition: The Wage and Benefit Study survey was conducted in Fall 2017, and findings were released in January 2018. For the next edition of the Wage and Benefit Study, the survey will be conducted in Fall 2019 and findings will be released in January 2020.
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