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The Benchmark Compensation Survey provides salary data at the National, Regional, State and City level. Purchasers of this survey can be non-participants. The survey’s compensation data can be filtered by property type, such as: Limited/Select Service, Full Service, Vacation Ownership and Casino/Hotel.
For the PeerMark™ Compensation Survey customers must submit data for their own property before accessing their competitors’ results. The latter are compiled from competitors geographically located in the customer’s own specific metropolitan area. The results can also be filtered by property types (Limited Service Hotels, Full Service Hotels, Vacation Ownership, Casino/Hotels). In addition, the PeerMark™ allows the customers to select individual properties to be included in each of their market reports.
The Benchmark survey is based on data submitted during the calendar year.
The PeerMark™ survey uses a rolling-year type of data collection. Thus the PeerMark™ survey has the most recent/current data submitted by each participant, which is less than one year. As an example, the wage data in the 2017 PeerMark™ survey includes wage data from 2017 or 2016. The 2016 data is replaced when the new 2017 data is received from the subscriber and can legally be uploaded. The date for each participant’s data is displayed when a competitive set is being created for generating a report, so you know how old the data is. This is a feature other surveys do not have. They do not disclose how old the data is. It may be from the prior year.
A sub-user account is established by a primary account holder (primary user). The primary user can extend various levels of access to their sub-users. For example, a primary account holder such as a general manager or a corporate level user may give access to all or certain jobs for reports and for entering data to sub-users. The primary user can add, delete or modify sub-users’ access at any time.