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Survey studies variable compensation

January 04 2008
Approximately one quarter of staffing firms (26%) offer stock options or other equity-based variable compensation for internal employees, according to the Non-traditional Compensation, Bonuses, and Equity Compensation survey released by staffing and recruiting software company Bullhorn. Seventy-one percent base the equity component on performance, while 48% award stock options based on performance.

Thirty-nine percent of firms offered flexible paid time off with 88% basing it on performance, 51% offered 401(k) matching (with only 3% basing that on performance), while 20% offered profit sharing (with 31% basing it on performance).

Thirty-four percent of staffing firms said internal annual salaries without bonuses were $75,000 in 2007, according to the survey. Twenty-two percent reported salaries between $75,000 and $99,000, while 24% reported salaries between $100,000 and $149,000.


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