2014 pay survey results coming soon

14th January 2014

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More than 2,000 members have participated in IEMA's latest practitioners' survey which closed on Friday 10 January

All Graduate, Affiliate, Associate, Full and Fellow members were invited to share their experiences of pay and working conditions during 2013.

IEMA’s survey, which was last carried out in December 2012 and January 2013, provides the Institute with vital data to track employment trends, monitor the state of the profession and demonstrate members’ successes. The information generated also enables IEMA to inform business, industry, government and the media about the value of members’ contributions and achievements.

The 2014 survey asked members to provide details of their qualifications, position, sector, level of responsibility, key areas of work and salary to establish overall averages by membership level.

Participants were also asked to identify any changes to their role over the past year, and let IEMA know how they have added considerable value through their work during 2013. In previous years, many members have taken this opportunity to reveal how they have generated cost and carbon savings for their organisation and instigated cultural shifts, for example. This year’s responses are proving to be even more inspiring.

Check iema.net/news, @iemanet on Twitter and IEMA’s LinkedIn group for the very latest results. A further update will be available in the February issue of the environmentalist and a full report and analysis will feature in the pay and benefits supplement which accompanies the March issue of the magazine.


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