In addition to assisting clients – both organizations and membership groups – with their survey and research needs on a tailored basis, we conduct annual surveys of various market sectors. Participation in these surveys is limited to the targeted types of organizations they cover so that a high level of market specialization may be obtained. Below are some frequently asked questions about our survey offering.
When is the PRM Non Profit Executive Compensation survey made available? The survey is published every year in late summer, typically mid-August to early September.
Does PRM have any other types of surveys that are for sale? The “Not-for-Profit” survey is the only survey we make available for sale. We do offer customized data analyses based on the information in this survey.
Is it possible for me to get a hardcopy of the Non Profit Executive Compensation survey mailed to me? PRM no longer produces hard copies of the survey.
Is there a way to see the survey before purchasing? There is a Survey Summary available for download at no cost. Check the survey shop for more information.
I've made a purchase. How do I get my survey? After you have purchased a survey an receipt will be sent to the email address you provide that contains a download link. If you don't see your receipt, check you spam filters and junk folder.
Does PRM offer a discount for non-profit organizations? Yes. Non-profit organizations qualify for a discount. Look for the discount option in the payment section of the survey shop.
How can my organization participate in Non Profit Executive Compensation survey? Typically, 350-400 organizations participate in the survey every year. If you think your organization may be a good fit, please contact us.
I would like to have a survey done for my organization. How to I get started? Please contact Lyn McCloskey at 260-897-4299 or email@example.com to discuss your specific needs.
What are the parameters for the Non Profit Executive Compensation survey? The survey covers cash compensation, broad-based and supplemental benefits, and pay practices. Base salary data for each position is analyzed by organization type, revenue size, staff size, geographic location, and time in position. Benefits and practices data are reported for the overall survey as well as by organization type.