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  • 2015

    National IT & Engineering Compensation Survey Published: September 2015

    Next Publication: September 2016

    MidAtlantic Employers' Association www.meainfo.org 800-662-6238

  • National surveys produced by the EAA include:

    • National Business Trends Survey • National Executive Compensation Survey • National IT & Engineering Compensation Survey • National Policies & Benefits Survey • National Sales Compensation Survey • National Wage & Salary Survey

    2015 National IT & Engineering Compensation Survey

    An Employer Associations of America (EAA) Sponsored Survey, coordinated by MRA – The Management Association in cooperation with 18 associations nationwide.

    Published: September 2015 Next Publication: September 2016

    Confidential Survey Report This survey is provided with the understanding that the information will:

    • remain strictly confidential • be restricted to authorized personnel only • not be used in collective bargaining or grievance proceedings • protect, completely, organizational identity

    ©2015 Employer Associations of America (EAA): All rights reserved. This survey is provided to the recipient to use as an internal compensation resource. Quotation from, or reproduction of, any part of the material contained in this survey, in any form or by any other means, without prior permission in writing from EAA or a survey co-sponsor named herein is prohibited.

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    Table of Contents

    Page

    Survey Information .............................................................................................................. i

    Introduction .......................................................................................................................... i

    Survey Method .................................................................................................................... ii

    Using the Survey Data ......................................................................................................... ii

    Definitions of Terms ............................................................................................................iii

    Participating Organizations ................................................................................................ v

    Demographics .................................................................................................................. xvii

    Jobs Index ................................................................................................................. xix-xxiii

    Compensation Detail ................................................................................................... 1-350

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    Survey Information

    Data Effective Date May 1, 2015

    Published September, 2015

    Next Publication September, 2016

    Number of Participating Companies 1,300

    Number of Employees Reported 25,865

    Introduction The EAA National IT & Engineering Compensation Survey presents total compensation data, with breakouts for base and variable pay, for two critical skilled segments of the workforce. Organizations with a market pricing strategy for recruiting, retaining, and compensating information technology and engineering professionals will find this data useful in positioning themselves in the competition for talent. In addition to total responses, positions include breakouts for region, industry, sales/operating or asset size, and employee count, allowing users to more closely match the market segment. As a survey that follows methods laid out in federal guidelines for alternative sources for prevailing wage information, this survey is open to all industries and all employers who are either members or are invited through membership promotion efforts. We are committed to growing participation in all business sectors in order to provide strong, unbiased compensation information for survey users. Participants include for-profit, non-profit and public employers of various sizes. We are pleased to offer you this report and hope you find the data useful in your compensation planning. A special thanks to all organizations who participated in the survey.

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    Survey Method

     Links to the online questionnaire for this survey were emailed to designated contacts. If

    submitted data appeared questionable, the data were confirmed with participants and/or excluded. To facilitate job matching, the questionnaire included position descriptions of each job surveyed. Those descriptions are included at the top of the corresponding compensation data page in this report.

     Dominance Diffusion: When one or more reporting organizations dominate the statistic beyond the dominance threshold, a sophisticated algorithm has been used to adjust the statistic. This reduces the influence of the dominating organization’s data below the dominance threshold. The value is shown in italics.

     Participants in the finance and insurance industry are classified based on asset size. Those organizations that are insurance brokers and third party administrators are classified with business/professional services.

     Lines of data that do not have at least five organizations are suppressed to protect confidentiality. In addition, when there are less than five organizations, quartiles are suppressed.

     Quartiles in this survey reflect the distribution of individual rates reported for each job. Total compensation statistics include all individual rates, whether or not an incentive was received.

     Some data was collected in other local surveys and submitted in its raw form to supplement this report. Portions of the Hawaii, Colorado, Pennsylvania, and Washington data were submitted in this fashion. In all cases data represents individual employee rates.

     This survey was conducted by MRA – The Management Association in cooperation with 17 other Employer Associations of America (EAA) members (listed in Participant Demographics section). Questions about this report should be directed to the coordinating association, MRA – The Management Association: 800-488-4845 or surveys@mranet.org.

    Using the Survey Data Many factors can affect the data reported and the results from year to year. Organizations close, change employment size, relocate, change philosophy, change management, or may be unable to participate each year. Mergers and acquisitions take place, and new organizations enter the marketplace and the survey. Therefore, survey-to-survey and year-to-year comparisons should be viewed in general rather than absolute terms. This is particularly true in these evolving economic times. EAA surveys may be used in advance of actual bargaining to determine your organization’s positions and alternatives, and as a reference during bargaining, but should be removed from any actual bargaining sessions. There is little to gain and much to lose by any direct use of, or reference to, this survey data in bargaining or in discussions with employees. Both legal and practical considerations are involved.

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    Definitions of Terms

    # of Orgs Number of organizations matching the job

    # of Emp Number of employee rates matching the job

    # of FTE Summary by total employee count

    Asset Size Summary by asset size for banking and insurance

    Base Median The middle point in the distribution of individual employee rates

    Base P25 (First Quartile) Rate in a ranked order of individual employee rates (low to high) equal to or less than the lowest 25% of rates

    Base P75 (Third Quartile) Rate in a ranked order of individual employee rates (low to high) equal to or greater than the lowest 75% of rates

    Base UnWtd Avg Simple average of each organization’s average base wage

    Base Wtd Avg Simple average of each employee’s base wage

    Variable Pay, Actual, # of Emp. Number of employees actually receiving a bonus in the last annual cycle

    Variable Pay, Actual, # of Orgs Number of organizations actually paying a bonus in the last annual cycle

    Variable Pay, Actual, Weighted Annual Avg. Simple average of each employee’s bonus paid (only if paid)

    Variable Pay, Eligible # of Emp Number of employees eligible for a bonus

    Variable Pay, Eligible # of Orgs Number of organizations indicating a job is eligible for a bonus

    Variable Pay, Target # Orgs, Emp Org and Employee count for those with a bonus target

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    Variable Pay, Target, Wtd Avg % Weighted average target bonus at 100% of goal as a percent of base

    Geographic Area Summary by state and region

    Industry Summary of rates by industry

    Profit Status Summary by profit status

    Sales/Operating Summary by revenue or operating budget

    Total Compens

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