2020 Cross-Industry Compensation and Benefits Study for GAWDA Distributor Members

HOLLYWOOD, Florida  — The Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) invites our Distributor Members to participate in the 2020 Cross-Industry Compensation and Benefits Survey. The 2020 Cross-Industry Compensation and Benefits Study provides you with a better understanding of how your company’s compensation levels and benefits practices compare to other distributors/wholesalers. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to compare your operations to 1,000+ organizations from 20+ participating distributor/wholesaler associations.

Industry Insights is the independent, third-party research company collecting and compiling the results of the study. They have more than 40 years of experience in conducting confidential, compensation and benefits benchmarking studies of this nature.

To allow for easy survey completion as well as customized reporting tools for you and your staff, the study is hosted and maintained on their secure server at https://compensationbenchmarking.com/GAWDA.

As a participant, you will receive the following:

  • PDF based Association Specific Report
  • Excel Data Tables with full Cross-Industry data aggregates
  • PDF based customized and confidential Company-specific Compensation Report (CCR)
  • Online Reporting Tools-Interactive online reporting tools that allow users to filter the results by their own selected criteria

The deadline for participation is March 16, 2020.  If you’d like to view the questions in advance of completing the survey, please click here.

If you are a GAWDA Distributor Member with any questions or feedback, please contact John Ospina, GAWDA Executive Director at jospina@gawda.org or Jenny Tweed of Industry Insights at (614) 389-2100, ext. 112, jtweed@industryinsights.com

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About GAWDA

Celebrating our 75th year, the Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) is dedicated to promoting the safe operation and economic vitality of distributors of industrial gases and related welding equipment supplies. Through its GAWDA Gives Back campaign, association members have donated almost $2 million over the last 16 years to 22 different charitable organizations in 13 communities across the U.S. Since 2013, GAWDA and its members also have provided scholarships totaling $166,000 to 83 young people interested in studies leading to careers in the industry. For more information, visit the association’s website at www.gawda.org.