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San Antonio Area Wage and Benefit Survey

Purchase the 2024 San Antonio Area Wage and Benefit Survey

Werling Associates, Inc. is proud to announce the publication of the 29th Annual 2024 San Antonio Area Wage and Benefit Survey.  This survey is part of a continuing effort to provide human resource-related consulting services and support to the San Antonio business community.  Please take a moment to review this page outlining highlights from the survey.  To purchase the survey, Click “Buy Now”.

 

SPONSORSHIP

Werling Associates, Inc. would like to thank all participants for making this survey possible.  In addition, we would like to thank the survey sponsors:  the San Antonio Human Resource Management Association, the San Antonio Manufacturers Association, and the South Texas Compensation and Benefits Association.

 

TIMING OF SURVEY

Wage data is reported as of January 1, 2024.

Survey published on April 16, 2024.

 

REPORT

The survey report provides the job number, job title, job description, experience, minimum education or certification, and exempt or nonexempt status.  Data includes the number of organizations reporting data and the total number of employees for each job.  Wage information reported for hourly base pay and hourly total cash compensation includes:  average pay, 10th percentile, 25th percentile, median, 75th percentile, and 90th percentile.  In accordance with Department of Justice wage survey guidelines for safe harbor, results are provided where at least five organizations reported wage data.  All individual participants’ data is kept confidential.

 

METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS
The survey data was gathered by e-mailing questionnaires.  Participants were asked to report data where at least 80% of the duties described are performed by the incumbent(s).

 

DATA INTERPRETATION

As with any survey, the information contained in the report must be interpreted with caution.  Even with proper job matches, the reported wages reflect differentials based on a broad range of seniority, experience, job responsibility, organizational size, geographical differences, and differences in pay policies.  Users should take these differences into consideration when establishing pay rates.

Texas Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration and Education (TSHHRAE) Wage and Benefit Survey

Purchase the 2024 Texas Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration and Education (TSHHRAE) Wage and Benefit Survey

Werling Associates, Inc. is proud to announce the publication of the 2024 Texas Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration and Education (TSHHRAE) Wage and Benefit Survey. This survey is part of a continuing effort to provide human resource-related consulting services and support to the Texas Healthcare community. Please take a moment to review this page outlining highlights from the survey and contact us if you need additional information. To purchase the survey, click “Buy Now”.

TIMING OF SURVEY

Wage data is reported as of February 1, 2024
Survey published on June 1, 2024


REPORT
The survey provides comprehensive information on 404 positions in the healthcare field. The report includes data from 56 organizations, encompassing 261 locations, and reporting data on 143,291 incumbents in the healthcare field.

The job number, job title, job description, and minimum education and/or certification for the positions is provided. Data includes the number of organizations reporting data and the total number of employees for each job. Wage information reported for base pay and total compensation includes: average pay, 10th percentile, 25th percentile, median, 75th percentile, and 90th percentile. In accordance with the Department of Justice wage survey guidelines for safe harbor, results are provided where at least five organizations reported wage data. All individual participant’s data is kept confidential.


METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
Surveys were sent to hospitals and other healthcare organizations throughout Texas. Participants were asked to report data where at least 80% of the duties described are performed by the incumbent(s).

San Antonio Not-for-Profit Wage and Benefit Survey

Purchase the 2024 San Antonio Not-for-Profit Wage and Benefit Survey

Werling Associates, Inc. is proud to announce the publication of the 2024 San Antonio Not-for-Profit Wage and Benefit Survey.  This survey is part of a continuing effort to provide human resource-related consulting services and support to the not-for-profit agencies of San Antonio.  Please take a moment to review the brochure outlining highlights from the survey.  Please contact us if you need additional information.  To purchase the survey, click “Buy Now”.

TIMING OF SURVEY

Wage data is reported as of March 1, 2024.

Survey published on July 1, 2024.

REPORT

The survey report provides the job number, job title, job description, experience, minimum education or certification, and exempt or nonexempt status.  Data includes the number of organizations reporting data and the total number of employees for each job.  Wage information reported for hourly base pay and hourly total cash compensation includes:  average pay, 10th percentile, 25th percentile, median, 75th percentile, and 90th percentile.  In accordance with Department of Justice wage survey guidelines for safe harbor, results are provided where at least five organizations reported wage data.  All individual participants’ data is kept confidential.

METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS

The survey data was gathered by mailing and e-mailing questionnaires.  Participants were asked to report data where at least 80% of the duties described are performed by the incumbent(s).

DATA INTERPRETATION

As with any survey, the information contained in the report must be interpreted with caution.  Even with proper job matches, the reported wages reflect differentials based on a broad range of seniority and experience, job responsibility, organizational size, geographical differences and differences in pay policies.  Users should take these differences into consideration when establishing pay rates.  Organizations should be especially careful given the current labor market conditions.