Print Industries Wage and Benefits 2020 Report Released
Print Industries Affiliates have announced the release of the Wage + Benefits 2020 Survey report to this year’s survey participants. The Print Industries Wage + Benefits Report is the industry’s most comprehensive annual report on labor costs and human resource policies of print-related companies. From top management to the shipping department, the Wage + Benefits 2020 Report captured compensation data from more than 15,000 employees from nearly 500 participating companies from across North America.
“2020 has offered many new challenges for industry employers in managing employee compensation and human resource policies,” commented Teresa Campbell, Print Industries program director and president of PIA MidAmerica. “This year’s Wage + Benefits Report addresses the unique impact of COVID-19 on our industry’s continued need to effectively recruit, retain, and manage an essential workforce.”
The comprehensive general Wage + Benefits 2020 Report includes wages for most industry positions in sixteen categories segmented by region and company size. The report includes policies for overtime, vacation, PTO, sick-time, health insurance, and job descriptions for more than 200 industry positions. Accompanying specialized Industry Segment Reports include wage and benefits data specific to Packaging/Converting, Tag & Label, In-plant, and Union shops.
“Effectively managing the cost of labor is central to a print service provider’s ability to remain competitive, which makes the annual Wage + Benefits Report such a useful and important tool,” said Mel Enger, President of LB Carlson, sponsor of this year’s report. “Our team looks forward to providing the industry with additional insights and analysis from the wealth of data this report provides.”
Print Industry Affiliate member participants receive a copy of the published report at no cost. To obtain a copy of the report contact your local Print Industries Affiliate, or go to printindustries.org/wages.
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