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PIA releases latest compensation and benefits report

Friday, April 02, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Printing Industries of America is proud to announce the Printing Industries of America 2009–2010 Management & Administrative Compensation & Benefits Report. This biannual report contains vital statistics from more than 600 graphic arts companies who have submitted compensation rates and benefits for about 6,500 management and administrative positions.

Compiled by Printing Industries of America Economic & Market Research Department, this book is an asset to any company who is interested in knowing if their compensation and benefits programs are par for the industry. As Ed Gleeson, Manager of Economic & Market Research at Printing Industries, says, "It is imperative for printers to pay a competitive wage to recruit and retain talented workers, but it's also necessary to know what the industry is doing so as to not overpay and become less competitive due to a significantly higher cost structure. This book is a must have for any printer who is looking to review the wage and benefits they offer their employees."

Information in Printing Industries of America 2009–2010 Management & Administrative Compensation & Benefits Report  is arranged by certain demographic classification and fringe benefits, so readers can quickly find the information of greatest importance. All results are summarized by:
- Region
- Economic Demographic
- Firm Size (Number of Employees)
- Union Affiliation
- Predominant Line of Business: Primary Market Segment
- Predominant Process(es)

As an added bonus for 2010--an Excel file where you can input your wages and compare them to industry average. Simply enter all your employee wages and an average wage per position is calculated. Pair this data with the projected salary increases over the next 12 months contained within the book to ensure that your company stays on the right course.




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