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DRMA 2022 Wage and Benefit Survey Report Now Available

Paying people fairly is good for business. Underpay, and employees will eventually look for a better offer. Overpay, and the payroll budget and profitability will suffer. Benchmark your jobs against market data contained in the DRMA Wage and Benefit Survey Report!

Topics presented in the report include:

· Business demographics

· Employee wages

· Employee benefits (medical, dental, vision, short- and long-term disability, holiday, vacation, profit sharing, 401(K), and pension plans)

· Work schedules

· Recruiting and retention strategies

Non-participating DRMA members may purchase a copy for $250; non-members may purchase a copy for $400. Call the Association office (937-949-4000) or email Shay to order your copy.

Here’s what members are saying about the survey:

“The DRMA Wage and Benefit Survey is a great benchmarking tool for us. We want to offer a total compensation package that is competitive in the region, and then add to that the exciting teaming environment that Noble Tool has to offer in order to attract the best and brightest employees. We want Noble Tool to be one of the manufacturing employers of choice in the Dayton region, and the survey supports that goal.” Jim Bowman, Noble Tool

“McGregor Metalworking uses the DRMA Wage & Benefit Survey to benchmark wages every year. The diverse job titles give us a close comparison to positions that we have at our facilities. Having the results broken down by company size helps us make the best decisions for our employees compared to similar companies in the Dayton Region. Participating in this survey is well worth the time to get the results in an easy-to-read, beneficial format. Thank you DRMA!” Kara Williams, McGregor Metalworking

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