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Compensation, Bonus and Benefits Research, 2015

$89.99

The largest survey of its kind of leading A/E/C firms -

An essential resource for practice managers, human resource departments, established professionals, rising practitioners, students, and any design leader seeking to understand the compensation landscape.

Don’t pay hundreds of dollars for accurate and up-to-date compensation statistics. The 2015 DesignIntelligence Compensation Bonus and Benefits Research Report presents in-depth data you won't find anywhere else, including compensation for owners, partners, and C-title positions in design practices. And it's just $89.99.

Featuring statistics for a wide range of professionals at all levels of experience throughout their careers:

  • Intern Architects, years one, two, and three
  • Architects, from 5 years of experience through 20-plus years, including regional breakdowns
  • Project Managers, from 0-4 years of experience through 20-plus years, including regional breakdowns
  • Interior Designers, from 0-4 years of experience through 20-plus years, including regional breakdowns
  • Landscape Architects, from 0-4 years of experience through 20-plus years
  • M/E/P Engineers, from 0-4 years of experience through 20-plus years
  • Structural Engineers, from 0-4 years of experience through 20-plus years
  • Urban Planners
  • Marketing Staff
  • Specialty and Support Staff
  • Principals
  • Associate Principals
  • Partners
  • Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Information Technology Officer
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chairman

View compensation sorted by percentile as well as historical comparisons. Also included are benefits, perks, demographics, and strategic practices such as signing bonuses.

 

PLUS, insightful feature articles on important issues:

  • Turning it Around
    Removing obstacles to success in the modern workplace
  • Design Futures Council Calendar of Events
  • Announcement: DFC Senior Fellow Inductees for 2015
  • The Challenge of HR: Turning Policy into Performance
    Finding the right balance between standardized HR policies and individual needs
  • Meritocracy and Merit-Based Compensation
    On the challenges of measuring employee engagement and non-hierarchical leadership
  • This is the Greatest Time
    The 28th Annual Gordon H. Smith Lecture at Yale School of Architecture

100 pages, full color

Perfect bound

$89.99
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