The Environmental Daily Advisor® announced today the release of a free white paper, 2011-2012 EHS Salary Guide, which will help EHS professionals evaluate if they are being paid a fair amount for the responsibilities they are shouldering. In addition, EHS managers can find the information to keep their departments competitive and efficient—paying the right amount to retain hard-to-fill positions but not overpaying on others.
This survey includes 2 years’ worth of data effective July 1, 2010 and July 1, 2011. Data are reported for 32 positions specific to the EHS field and allow you to analyze changes in salaries from year to year. Some of the positions included in this guide are nonexempt and some are exempt.
“EHS managers perform compliance tasks that are essential to keeping workers and the environment safe,” said Environmental Daily Advisor Editor Kelly Lagana. “But the economic recession of the past few years has really been rough on them. They’ve had to be successful at doing more with less. The 2011-2012 EHS Salary Guide is a comprehensive tool that will help them to decide if they, and their workers, are being paid fairly in this competitive market.”
Data for each job are reported at the national level in the aggregate and also by industry. In addition, data are provided for all 50 states where available. It will be available free of charge for a limited time only.
For instant access to this resource, courtesy of the Environmental Daily Advisor®, go to http://envirodailyadvisor.blr.com/2011/12/2011-2012-ehs-salary-guide/.