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2011-2012 Compensation and Benefits Survey Dear Member: Please take a few minutes to complete this survey and return to the Association by July 15, 2011 . Only participating companies will receive the survey results free. Compensation and Fringe Benefit Survey Questionnaire Instructions: The survey is for base rates of experienced employees – please do not include compensation for trainees. DO NOT include salary/wages for any company owner or partner. Response: FAX : Send to (615) 366-4192 or MAIL to 305 Plus Park Blvd, Nashville, TN 37217 or EMAIL to [email protected] Deadline for returned surveys: All completed questionnaires must be returned to the Association by July 15, 2011. You MUST Participate to Receive A FREE Final Report All information collected is strictly confidential . This top sheet containing company information will be removed when your data is submitted. Thank your for your participation. First Name: ______________________________ Last Name: _______________________________ Firm Name: ______________________________ Title: ______________________________ Address Line 1:____________________________ Address Line 2:______________________________ City: ____________________________________ State: ______________________________ Zip Code: ________________________________ Telephone: ________________________________ Email Address: ______________________________
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2011 Compensation & Benefit Survey 2 Demographic Information 1. Number of Employees: Management/Administrative: ________________ Production/Shipping/Receiving/Maintenance: ________________ Sales: ________________ Sales Support (Customer Service/Estimating): ________________ 2. Annual Sales Volume $ _____________________________ 3. Predominant Line of Business: Please select your primary market segment. Commercial & Advertising Printing Book Printing Financial Printing Magazine & Periodical Printing Packaging Newspaper Printing Quick Printer Inserts Direct-Mail Printing Other _________________________________ 4. Predominant Proccess(es): Please select your primary process(es) below and the percent of total sales each process accounts for. Predominant Process(es) Percent of total firm sales each process accounts for Sheetfed Printing ________ % Web-fed Printing-Predominantly Heatset ________ % Web-fed Printing-Predominantly Non-Heatset ________ % Screen Printing ________ % Digital Printing (Toner-Based) ________ % Digital Printing (Inkjet) ________ % Prepress Specialist ________ % Thermographer ________ % Letterpress ________ % Gravure ________ % Flexographic ________ % Other, Please specify “Other”:_____________________________ ________ % Total must equal 100 ________ % 5. Union Status Union Non Union Combined 6. Average work week full-time employees only (number of hours worked per employee ) Non-exempt (hourly) employees 2010: ________________ Non-exempt (hourly) employees 2011: ________________ If you experienced a decrease in the number of hours worked in 2010, how long do you expect to operate at this level? Less than 1 month 1 to 3 months 4 to 6 months 7 months to 1 year Over one year Other, specify ________ 7. What is the projected overall average increase/decrease for wages and salaries in the coming year (2010)? _____________________%
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2011 Compensation & Benefit Survey 3 Human Resources Policies & Benefit Information POLICIES 8. Please check all of the following employment features that apply to your company: Company has a written employee handbook Company has a written “Drug Free Workplace Policy” Company tests for Drugs & Alcohol For new employees In event of an accident At random For cause No, we do not test for drugs & alcohol
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