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Compensation Surveys                                                Open 1/10/17-3/2/17

ASE Compensation Surveys cover over 600 positions in the fields listed below.
To participate in a survey, click the links below to send an email requesting survey login information.  
Non-members receive discounted pricing for participation.

National Executive Compensation Survey                           Open 1/24/17-3/2/17

This survey contains data for 47 executive-level positions. The report shows statistics for base salary, bonus, other cash payments, target incentives, total compensation and percent of stock owned. There is also a separate section of benefits/perquisites at the back segmented by manufacturing vs non-manufacturing organizations.

To participate in this survey, click here to send an email requesting survey login information.

Salaries for Co-op Students and Recent College Graduates Survey                           Open 2/13/17-3/10/17

This survey measures not only the salaries of Co-op’s and Recent College Graduates but recruitment practices by the organization, benefits paid to these employees, and more. Even if you do not plan on hiring co-ops or college graduates this year, you can still participate in this survey!

To participate in this survey, click here.

 

Upcoming Surveys

Healthcare Insurance Benefits Survey               Open 4/18/24/17-5/12/17

To view the complete survey schedule, click here.

 

Recent Survey Results

3rd Quarter Economic and Employment Survey

Review Michigan employment statistics and outlooks.

Highlights:

  • The percentage of Michigan employers who believe their business outlook will not change or will improve over the next six months remains at 89%.  Those who feel their outlook will improve significantly is up 5% compared to one year ago.
  • Compared to 3rd quarter last year the percentage of employers who expect hiring levels to remain the same over the next six months increased by 8% while employers who are planning to increase their hiring over the next six months has decreased by 8%.
  • Job performance as a reason for involuntary separations is only up 4% from the 2nd quarter of 2016 but above 70% for the first time in the last two years. 
  • Return to school as a reason for voluntary separations increased 10% from the 2nd quarter of 2016 and is the second highest it has been in the past year after being 32% in the 3rd quarter of 2015.
  • After a steady increase from 5% in the first quarter of 2015 to 13% last quarter, working environment as a reason for voluntary separations dropped to 6% this quarter.

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To access the full survey:
Members:  Login to your dashboard
Non-Members:  Contact surveys@aseonline.org or call 248-223-8053
Cost: Free for members/$525 non-members.

Severance Pay, Policies & Practices Survey

See how other employers in Michigan are handling severance pay.

Highlights:

  • When severance pay is provided to an employee it is contingent upon signing a separation agreement or waiver that relieves the organization from liability or future liability 100% of the time according to employers
  • Most employers continue to use years of service as the basis for the calculation of severance benefits, with 56% of employers providing one week of pay per year of service.
  • The most common minimum amount of cash severance that can be provided to an employee is three weeks pay, whereas the most common maximum amount of cash severance that can be provided to an employee is 27 weeks pay.


To access the full survey:
Members:  Login to your dashboard
Non-Members:  Contact surveys@aseonline.org or call 248-223-8053
Cost: Free to members/$525 non-members.

Recruitment and Retention Survey

Review recruitment and retention statistics from other Michigan organizations.

Highlights:

  • More than 50% of employer’s have had a difficult time finding and sourcing qualified applicants.
  • 26% of employers reported a somewhat difficult time getting technical applicants to accept employment.
  • Over 85% of Michigan employers are concerned about employee retention in the next 12 to 24 months.
  • Despite these large concerns over 80% of employers do not have any plans, programs or practices that specifically address the retention of key employees.


To access the full survey:
Members:  Login to your dashboard
Non-Members:  Contact surveys@aseonline.org or call 248-223-8053
Cost: Free to members/$525 non-members.


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