Benchmarking Reports

Construction Benchmarking Report

Benchmark Your Construction Company
See how you “Measure Up Against the Competition”

Do you wonder what fellow contractors pay by position? What compensation and bonus strategies they utilize? What issues they are struggling with today? Our biennial construction compensation, benefits and benchmarking study–“Measure Up Against the Competition”–looks at these trends and much more.

Our 2016 study of 50 local general and specialty contractors found:

  • Gross revenue per FTE is $540,591.
  • A general contractor president/CEO has 14.2 years of experience; nearly half of total compensation stems from bonus and/or commission.
  • Of the companies that pay bonuses, only 74 percent give bonuses to field workers compared to 98 percent for project managers/estimators.
  • The percentage of companies providing 401(k) matches increased from 59 percent in 2014 to 82 percent this year.
  • Nearly four out of five contractors are having problems attracting and retaining qualified personnel.

This 50 plus page report examines financial benchmarks, compensation by job title, benefits provided and issues facing the industry. Both union and non-union workplaces are included and participants’ sales range from less than $5 million to more than $100 million.

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Manufacturing Benchmarking Report

Manufacturing Benchmarking Report

Benchmark Your Manufacturing Company
Know what you have to do to “Get Into High Gear”

Manufacturers continually reevaluate compensation and benefits packages to remain competitive to top talent while also controlling rising costs. From compensation by title to benefits offered employees to company operations, our biennial manufacturing compensation & benefits benchmarking study–“Get Into High Gear”–looks at these trends and much more.

Our 2017 study of 85 local manufacturers found:

  • CFOs in smaller companies earned total compensation of $181,816, which is about $42,500 less than paid at larger companies.
  • Healthcare costs increased by 8% on average.
  • Over half of respondents offer an HSA.
  • Key metrics used by manufacturers include net/percentage of sale, EBITA and inventory turnover among others.
  • Larger companies work 10.1% overtime annually while companies with fewer than 100 employees work 7.6% overtime annually.

This 50 plus page report looks at companies with under 100 employees as well as those with over 100 employees. Public, private and family-owned workplaces in both union and non-union settings are included, and participants’ sales range from less than $5 million to more than $250 million.

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Nonprofit Benchmarking Study - Ohio CPA

Not-For-Profit Benchmarking Report

Benchmark Your Not-for-profit
Are You Prepared to Handle Your Organization’s Future?

Are you competitive with other area not-for-profits? Are the compensation and benefits you offer in line? What activities are others using to raise funds? What goals and roles do other organizations task their board with? Our not-for-profit compensation, benefits & benchmarking study helps you “put all of the pieces together” by diving deeper into these trends and much more.

Our 2017 study of 86 local not-for-profit organizations found:

  • Staffing will remain the same except for healthcare organizations who are anticipating increases.
  • Salaries for executive directors/presidents/CEOs range from a low of $94,383 to a high of $208,958, with an average of $141,527.
  • Over the past three years, non-profits have reported an average annual premium increase between 8-12%.
  • Board committees vary greatly with the most common being executive, finance and development.
  • Three-fourths of all audit committees have CPAs as members.

This 50 plus page report looks at organizations with fewer than 10 employees to those that have more than 200 employees. Respondents work with small budgets under $2.5 million and budgets over $10 million.

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Whoelsaler Benchmarking Study - OHio CPA Firm

Wholesale/Distribution Benchmarking Report

Benchmark Your Wholesale Distribution Company
Understand how you “Stack Up”

To attract top talent, wholesaler-distributors need to understand what their competitors are paying their employees and what benefits they offer. Our biennial wholesale distribution compensation & benefits benchmarking study–“How Do Your Salary and Benefits Stack Up”–looks at pay scales by position, compensation strategies and industry trends.

Our 2016 study of 48 local wholesale distribution companies found:

  • More than half of respondents will hire additional employees this year.
  • A warehouse manager at a company with more than 50 employees earns a base salary of $65,062, with nearly half of respondents providing a bonus on top of that amount.
  • The number one issue facing wholesaler-distributors is their workforce.
  • With gross premiums for health insurance escalating, 69% of smaller companies and 53% of larger companies have experienced increases.
  • 96% of participants have considered or are planning to implement consumer driven health plans.

This 47 page report looks at companies with more than 50 employees and those with fewer than 50 employees representing companies with local, national and international presence.

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