2017 Cable & Telecommunications Employee Benefits Survey
This new offering by CTHRA will provide relevant benchmarks for market trends in benefits and other workforce issues in the cable and telecommunications industry.
The survey will be conducted by PwC Saratoga, a global leader in workforce measurement. The data will be released in aggregates to maintain the confidentiality of each participating organization.
2. A metrics survey which will focus on benchmarking approximately 17 HR/people related metrics such as retention, productivity,
CTHRA’s Employee Benefits Survey is a packaged solution containing both components, however, the results will be released as two distinct surveys. We ask that all survey participants complete both survey components. For more information, download the survey brochure.
All Employee Benefits Survey participants will receive:
The data elements for the metrics portion of the survey should reflect 2016 calendar year. You will need to spend December prepping the various inputs and then finalize the survey submission in January/February 2017.
On December 1, 2016 you will receive an e-mail from PwC with a customized site login the log in information and instructions for the data entry process. If you register after December, you will receive your information upon registration. You can complete the surveys at your own pace, but both must be submitted by the February 10, 2017 deadline. Data must be submitted by your organization in order to access the benchmark results when they are released.
You are not required to submit data for all questions, however, we ask that you respond to at least 75% of the items in the survey.
PwC will be available to answer any of your questions and assist you with the data submissions.
For technical questions regarding data submission, please contact
PwC Saratoga Benchmarking email@example.com
Annual Compensation Surveys
Since 2002, CTHRA’s Annual Compensation Surveys have provided the cable and satellite industry with timely, industry-specific compensation benchmarks and analysis. In 2015, 58 responses from 53 companies (12 MSOs and 41 programmers) participated in the surveys. Participants represented the majority of the industry’s employers, including eight of the nine largest MSO’s, one satellite delivery company, the top national cable networks, broadcast networks and new digital content providers. The survey results are industry-specific, providing an in-depth analysis of pay practices for nearly 168,800 incumbents, including both exempt and nonexempt positions ranging from technicians to top executives.
The Croner Company, a leading compensation consulting firm specializing in compensation plan design, compensation surveys and organizational design, develops the surveys and collects and analyzes the data, separating results into two participant categories: MSOs (cable and satellite) and programmers (cable programmers, broadcast networks, digital and other media companies). Given the highly confidential survey data, the results from any given company cannot be seen. Only summary information pertaining to all participants is available. This reporting approach complies with Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulation and encourages participation without fear of exposing proprietary information to the public.
For additional information or to participate in this survey, contact Laurie Krashanoff of The Croner Company, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.485.5521.
Programmer Compensation Survey Overview
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