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What Job Titles Reveal About Compensation

Now in its 16th year, the BCM Compensation Study is globally recognized as the premier compensation assessment for Business Continuity and Resiliency professionals. The study assesses participant’s earning potential by years of experience, degree, years of management and leadership expertise, geography and certification, among other criteria.

Data gathered on business continuity management programs and compensations is used to provide professionals with the information they need to elevate their programs. Additionally, the contents of the study dive deeper into compensation analytics by revealing total increase and decrease based upon job title.

The 2017 study highlights the findings of many areas that determine compensation numbers, including:

  • Average total compensation
  • Discipline experience
  • Total work experience
  • Industry experience
  • Previous career experience
  • Degree
  • Educational Institutions
  • Certifications
  • Management experience
  • Leadership experience
  • Location
  • Bonus
  • Credentials leading to best hire

The Compensation Study can be used by employers to gauge where an organization’s compensation packages stack up in the industry. Job seekers can also utilize the study to compare job and compensation offers.

Read the full story and participate in the 16th Annual Compensation Study via Firestorm. All participants will receive a complimentary copy of the report.

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