Do you know where your company measures up to other Michigan manufacturers when it comes to employee compensation and benefits? Are your employees and executives paid competitively? Have your benefits programs kept pace with companies of similar size? For twenty years, MMA has partnered with Merces Consulting to give you the answers to these questions by tracking the compensation and benefits practices in Michigan manufacturing. Order the latest copy today!
Three MMA surveys track compensation, benefits and human resources practices and trends, and provide you with the facts and figures you need to make informed management decisions. Companies that participate in the surveys receive a complimentary summary report and 50% off the cost of the full report. Participants are also eligible for discounts on Merces’ general industry survey reports, which include all Michigan organizations that participate in Merces’ surveys.
Compensation in Michigan Manufacturing
This annual report includes compensation data on more than 170 different manufacturing jobs
, ranging from clerical to managerial to executive roles, covering both office and plant environments. Data on base salary and total cash compensation
(base salary plus annual incentive) levels, incentive plan participation, salary range midpoints and compensation budgeting is included for the total sample of participants, eight geographic regions, eight size categories (by company revenue) and six manufacturing industry classifications.
Benefits in Michigan Manufacturing
This biannual report (even numbered years) provides benchmark information on a broad range of economic and non-economic benefits programs and policies. Information on paid time-off, health and dental care coverage, disability and income protection insurance, retirement programs, educational assistance and numerous other practices is provided. Data is summarized for the entire sample
, as well as eight geographic regions and seven size categories (by company revenue).
Human Resources Policies in Michigan Manufacturing
This biannual report (odd numbered years) provides users with detailed information on a wide variety of human resources-related policies, including hiring practices; termination and severance policies; equal employment and accommodation issues; work time, scheduling and premium pay; employee conduct and discipline; and safety and occupational health. The survey evolves each edition to cover areas of evolving interest – recent additions to the survey include questions on company policies for email and internet use. The results of the survey
are summarized for the entire sample, as well as eight geographic regions and six size categories (by company revenue).
To order one of MMA’s Compensation, Benefits or HR Policies reports, contact Merces at 248-507-4672 or MMA member services coordinator Michelle Cordano at 517-487-8532.