Prosperio, a leader in compensation planning and design for the transportation and logistics industry, announced it is developing a compensation survey focusing on truck driver pay.
The survey will address the need for improvement in the timeliness and accuracy of data on truck driver wages. The data is expected to assist human resource managers, fleet CEOs, and other executives in making better decisions about driver compensation levels and methods, as well as in anticipating changes that impact pricing models.
Historically, managers have been challenged to make valid decisions based on survey data that is released long after the survey was conducted. The Truck Driver MeasureUp Compensation Survey will address this need by introducing a new standard of frequency – quarterly reporting – to reduce lengthy delays of research data release.
The first edition of the Truck Driver MeasureUp Compensation Survey is planned for the fourth quarter of 2015 and will use actual W-2 payroll results rather than self-reported averages or medians. Prosperio Group is targeting both U.S. and Canadian fleets of a variety of sizes for participation. The participation deadline is October 31, 2015.
The new Truck Driver MeasureUp Compensation Survey will roll out in two phases. The hard-copy version will be available in the fall 2015. In the second phase, the Prosperio team plans to open access to the full module within the MeasureUp web-based tool in early 2016. This will provide on-demand access and continual updating of data with rolling submissions.
For more information, visit http://prosperiogroup.com/truckdriversurvey/