|Results from NPTA's paper merchant compensation survey|
2012 Compensation Report
The 2012 Compensation Report reviews NPTA's results from the 2012 Cross-Industry Employee Compensation and Benefits survey which is based on 2011 wages and benefits. The complete results of this survey are contained in the following two reports. Combined, they provide the most complete source of information about compensation and benefit practices available for distribution industries, including the paper industry.
NPTA Report - This report contains information only from the NPTA paper manufacturer and paper mill firms taking part in the survey. Where appropriate, the NPTA figures are compared to the results for the entire cross-industry sample of firms. This report provides information on both executive and employee compensation, including salaries, bonuses, commissions and perks. It also includes details on fringe benefit packages, such as retirement programs, health insurance, vacations and the like.
Cross-Industry Report - The second document takes advantage of the large sample of firms to provide information at its most detailed level. The cross-industry report provides break-outs for 20 different sales volume categories. In addition, over 100 specific geographic areas are also profiled. Taken together, these two reports represent the most detailed look at compensation and benefits ever undertaken in the distribution industries. The information is available only through the combined effort of all of the associations involved.