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Participate in the 2014 Compensation & Benefits Survey and get important information for free

Ecto_FinalLOGOThe 2014 Livingston County Compensation & Benefits Trends Survey being coordinated by EctoHR in conjunction with the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation is currently under way.

Companies completing the survey and including contact information will get a complimentary copy of the results, as well as two customized Payscale Compensation Benchmark reports for any two positions of their choosing, as a thank you for their participation. The contact information is needed so the reports can be sent; it will not be used for any other purpose, and no products or services will be sold by EctoHR to those who participate.

Results of the survey will be presented by Steve Williams, president of EctoHR, at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, at the Howell chamber, 123 E. Washington St. in downtown Howell. Also on hand will be a representative of the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget, Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives, who will talk about trends, unemployment data, growth sectors, and high-demand positions.

“This survey arms local businesses with vitally important information,” said Kim Esper, membership director of the Howell chamber. “This information will be immediately useful in making important hiring decisions, setting compensation, and establishing benefits policies.”

The bi-annual survey collects information from Livingston County employers that isn’t available anywhere else, and it provides a comprehensive snapshot of the local employment landscape.

That’s why participation is so important.

The survey is short and can be completed in approximately 15 minutes. The more data received, the more valuable the results. Deadline to complete the survey is Sept. 15. You can take the survey by clicking here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MFRCP3X .

The 2014 report, free to participating companies, will be available for $175 to those who do not.

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