Take Funeral Service Insider’s Annual Compensation Survey Now
WALL, N.J. – It’s that time. Funeral Service Insider’s annual compensation survey is now open. The funeral industry weekly e-newsletter invites those of you in the funeral industry to participate in this annual event so Funeral Service Insider can continue to keep readers informed about the comings and goings in the funeral industry. Every year, funeral service professionals eagerly look forward to the results of this survey, which is open to all funeral home professionals.
The survey is anonymous, so participants should feel free to be as honest and candid as possible with their responses. The results will serve as a rich resource to determine how funeral homes are paying their staff, whether salaries are going up or down, how funeral homes are compensating employees beyond salary and benefits.
The confidential survey results issue is one of Funeral Service Insider’s most popular issues (the issue will be announced shortly). The final results will be coupled with insights from top experts to help funeral home owners and managers determine how to pay and motivate employees to ensure a successful business.
“This survey always provides the entire funeral service community with valuable insights and ideas about how to pay staff, how pay levels in funeral service in general are fluctuating and what to expect in the coming years,” says Lynn Cavanaugh, editor of Funeral Service Insider. “This year, the results should prove particularly interesting because of the pandemic and how it has affected compensation, bonuses, retention and employee benefits over the last year. The more people who take this survey, the more people benefit.”
Please visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/FSIcompensationsurvey to take the survey online.
If you do not subscribe to Funeral Service Insider, you can still get a FREE copy of the published report based on the survey results by responding and providing your email address at the end.
Funeral Service Insider is published by Kates-Boylston Publications, which also publishes American Funeral Director and American Cemetery & Cremation magazine. The company has been helping funeral professionals succeed and serve since 1877. Visit www.katesboylston.com for more information.