As the construction industry continues to navigate our volatile economy, construction and contracting companies continue to be focused on finding and retaining the best talent. Whether it’s general contracting, commercial construction or residential construction, it’s essential to have hardworking employees that add tangible value and drive growth and expansion. However, simply looking for these employees isn’t going to be enough. Management needs to evaluate contributing factors that influence the employment decision. Key issues like benefits, salary and operational items should also be considered. To help clients, prospects and others address this challenge Barnes Dennig is conducting our tenth annual, Construction Compensation & Benefits Benchmarking Study.
As we have done with past studies, we are currently collecting information on salary, benefits and other key benchmarking data from construction, contractor and other industry companies in the greater Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky Companies. If you fit into these categories Barnes Dennig and USI Insurance encourage your participation.
In the past, participants have found the report helps them gain a better understanding of the industry and the company’s effectiveness in the local marketplace. Key questions to consider:
- How well your company’s compensation structure compares to other contractors
- If you’re benefit offerings are competitive
- How your operational metrics stack up with other distributors
Take the Survey
We encourage your participation to make the survey as wide reaching as possible. Remember, all information collected will remain confidential and secure. No personally identifiable information will be included. It’s important to note, that ONLY participants will receive customized reports which will include the (anonymous) raw data to conduct further analysis. If you do not receive an email invitation to participate, please click here to let us know.
Once you complete our survey, register for the roundtable on May 19 to hear the findings first-hand, and to gain creative ideas for becoming more competitive, attracting new employees, and retaining your star performers.