We are excited to announce the release of our
2022 Cross-Industry Compensation & Benefits Survey
Participating GAWDA Members have already received their copy.
All other GAWDA Members can click here to purchase a copy.
With the U.S. economy near a state of full employment, how does a firm ensure they are remaining competitive in the labor market? Job openings, turnover, and quit rates are near all-time highs, so it’s imperative that you are doing something to attract and retain employees. While compensation alone is a key factor, it is not the only factor for an employee to accept a job offer or to remain an employee. An organization’s overall total rewards package, including pay, health care benefits, retirement and savings benefits, vacation and paid time off, incentives, work environment, and others all play a role.
On September 20th we held a webinar with Greg Manns, CPA, Vice President of Industry Insights, where we shared some of the key trends from the 2022 GAWDA Cross-Industry Compensation and Benefits Study, as well as provided guidance on how to best utilize the results for evaluating your firm’s compensation packages.
To view a replay of the webinar,
visit the 2022 Comp & Benefits Webinar folder
in the Members-Only section of the GAWDA website.
GAWDA Members can
purchase a copy of the
2022 survey results here.
About GREG MANNS, CPA
Mr. Manns is a CPA and Vice President of Industry Insights, Inc., headquartered in Dublin, Ohio. Industry Insights has been a trusted research partner and advisor for associations since 1980. Industry Insights specializes in providing data analytics and research services for associations and their members.
Mr. Manns has directed more than 400 research projects during his tenure at Industry Insights and leads GAWDA’s Cross-Industry Compensation and Benefits Study. Over the past 27+ years, his studies have been cited in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, and numerous association journals. He earned a Master of Science degree in Economics from Purdue University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Business Management from Earlham College. He is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), National Association of Business Economists (NABE), and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).