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Community Action Agency Salary Survey Report 2017

Including Salaries, Fringe Benefits, and Personnel Policies

By the Center for Community Futures

We are currently conducting this survey with a deadline of Friday, October 6, 2017.

The Report will be available before December 31, 2017. To participate in the CAA Salary and Benefits Survey, please click this link. Participants get a discount on the price of the Report:

Report Pricing:

Prepaid: PDF, $245. Hardcopy, $275.

If billed: PDF, $265. Hardcopy, $295.

For those who do not participate in the survey: PDF $395 or Hardcopy $425.

We take checks, purchase orders, invoices, PayPal, and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express -- Jim Masters will call you for the info.)

The Report is organized in five sections:

Section A - provides an overview of the national totals as well as how to read the salary charts. The last page in Section A provides definitions of terms used throughout the Report.

Section B - includes both annual salary and hourly pay rate charts for 34 key positions in community action agencies. The wage charts show for each position the national average, count, minimum, and maximum salaries for each of five main categories:
* Agency Type (Private or Public);
* Agency Size (Number of Full-Time Equivalent Employees);
* Agency Budget;
* Type of Service Delivery Area (Urban, Rural, or Mixed); and
* Federal region.

Sample pay rate chart from 2014:

Section C - outlines fringe benefits, vacation leave, sick leave, and other policies. 

Section D -  shows the totals and averages for personnel policies like paid holidays, workweek hours, mileage reimbursement rates, and others.

Section E - provides a comparison of the changes since our previous surveys.

For agencies that participate in the survey, the cost of the Report is reduced.

Click here to participate in this important survey.

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