Trucking HR Canada's 2017 Compensation Study

Welcome to Trucking HR Canada's 2017 Compensation Study. 

This study compiles data on key occupations within the trucking industry including truck drivers, owner operators, dispatchers, dock workers and other managerial positions.

We are approaching this from a total compensation perspective.  Total compensation includes both direct and indirect compensation.  Direct compensation is the base salary and/or incentive pay that is paid directly to an employee. Indirect compensation includes items not paid directly, and are calculated in addition to base salary and incentive pay.  This can include employer-paid portions of health/dental/vision insurance, retirement benefits, educational benefits, relocation expenses, employee paid time off, and more.

To ensure that the results are reflective of national and regional circumstances, Trucking HR Canada encourages employers of all sizes from across the country to complete it. It is divided into two forms: long form and short form versions.

The results (should they be representative) will be published in a compensation benchmarking report which will support employers in establishing competitive compensation packages for their current and future workforces.  Employers who participate in either survey will receive a discount on the report.  Depending on the quality of the data collected through the survey, the aggregated report will be available at a cost of $2,000-$3,000 at a regular price. Completion of the long-form survey offers a 50% discount, while completion of the small form offers a 15% discount.

Please note that in order to complete the survey, you will need to create an account on Trucking HR Canada's platform. All data will be kept confidential and only aggregated results may be shared. It takes approximately 1 hour for an experienced HR person to complete the long form version, and approximately 30 minutes for the short form version. 

** You can save a draft of the form at any time using the "save draft" button and return to it later using the same username and password you created to access it the first time. **

The deadline to complete the comprehensive industry compensation benchmarking survey is July 14, 2017 at midnight ET.

Long Form Version: Click Here

Short Form Version: Click Here

For more information or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

Thank you,

Trucking HR Canada Team

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