Training Resources for the Environmental Community (TREC) has long been a leader in tracking salary information for the environmental community. The reports will provide you with comprehensive information that can be used to make more informed decisions about your salary and compensation practices.
Having data on the range of salaries paid to environmental professionals can be very useful—helping you benchmark your compensation practices against others in our field and ensuring equity within your organization. Accurate compensation information can lead to both more resilience in your organization as well as more consistent practices across our industry.
The TREC 2016 Salary Survey has the following features:
- 55 positions with job descriptions for easy matching to the positions in your organization
- Access to information on the compensation practices of groups similar to yours, based on geographic area, budget size and field of work
- Access to performance metrics and percentile rankings that help you see how your compensation practices “stack up” to similar groups
TREC would like to thank and acknowledge the generous support of Wilburforce Foundation for making the 2016 Salary Survey and Report possible.
If you have general questions about TREC’s Salary Survey, please contact Annie Callender, TREC Operations Director.