TORONTO, Ont. – The 2004 survey of salary and benefits earned by workers in Canada’s trucking industry is now available.
This is the fifth annual survey conducted by Cerno Research Inc. in cooperation with the Canadian Trucking Alliance and the provincial trucking associations. The survey of over 400 Canadian trucking operations provides a snapshot of compensation practices of today’s fleets. The survey includes salary, perquisites, bonuses and other types of remuneration for 94 job titles ranging from drivers through to CEOs. The report covers employment policies, including a close look at several owner/operator and company driver issues, like safety bonuses and chargebacks.
Data is ranked according to carrier revenue size and number of employees for: Private Carriers; For-hire Carriers; Private Ownership; Public Ownership; Unionized; Non-unionized; LTL, TL; Commodities: dangerous goods, flat deck, steel, dry bulk and others.
To view samples of the report online, visit the Cerno Research Web site at www.cernoresearch.com or call 877-282-3766 or 416-595-0160.
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