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Firestorm’s Global BCM Compensation Study Now Open

Firestorm Solutions has announced that the 17th annual Business Continuity Management Compensation Study is now open. This globally recognized compensation report for Business Continuity/Resiliency professionals will assess earning potential by years of experience, degree, years of management and leadership expertise, geography, certification, and more. The survey results will aggregate data from participants from more than 30 countries.

Respondents will receive a complimentary report assessing the key highlights and findings. Distribution of the study is scheduled for early in the first quarter 2019. BC professionals can join Firestorm’s research group to receive notification once this study is released. The study is completely confidential with contact information never shared outside Firestorm Solutions or the Business Continuity Institute. The survey will remain open until February 20, 2019.

Firestorm is conducting this year’s report in partnership with the Business Continuity Institute. Permanently employed or unemployed BC professionals can take the survey here.

Independent consultants, contractors, and fixed term professionals can take the survey here.

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