Compensation Analytics Tools
Online Query Tool
The Online Query Tool provides on-line access to Compensation Survey data and allows you to perform unlimited searches. Customize your search based on criteria such as location, size, revenue, or type of industry. You may also export your search results to Excel or generate a PDF report.
One key advantage of each tool over a traditional .pdf survey report is that you can use multiple selection criteria to narrow, or expand, a report for any job in the survey. For instance, you can view compensation data for exclusively "Non-Profits with under 100 employees in Arlington, Fairfax or Washington, D.C." Additionally you can filter out your company's data or specify Government Contractors only.
The Job Comparison tool allows participants to generate a report of all your jobs, showing the difference in average and median base pay with the survey, your peer groups, or a custom mix of participants.
The Job Report provides a detailed look at how a participant's incumbent data compares to the survey data. Comparisons are made against the total survey and each participant's demographic group.
Have a unique job in your organization that’s difficult to match? Do you have an incumbent performing multiple roles? The Job Hybridizer allows users to create a custom benchmark job by combining multiple survey benchmark jobs into a single composite position.
See how your pay grades compare to your peers, and find out what adjusting means to your bottom line pay budget.
See how your jobs stack up against all others in the same job family or job track. Assess how job ranges are defined across levels, and review range spreads and level differentials. An invaluable tool that puts your data in context of not only a selected job, but also an entire career track.
Current participants who purchase the HRA-NCA Compensation Survey Report receive FREE access to all tools.
The HRA-NCA 2017 Compensation Survey Data
The 2017 Compensation Survey Report includes data on 508 survey jobs and 19
compensation workplace policies and practices across 200 participating employers. Participating organizations
employed over 250,000 full-time employees at the time of reporting. The 2017 participants include 162 employers
that participated in the 2016 survey. Order the 2017 Compensation Survey Report