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Paying It Forward Pays Dividends for the Internal Audit Profession
The IIA’s 2014 Compensation Study Is Open

Do something for your profession while doing something for yourself. Participating in The IIA’s 2014 Compensation Study is the ultimate win-win. By taking time out of your busy schedule now to share your insight, the entire profession (yes, that includes you) reaps the rewards when the report is released in the fall.

Take this opportunity to tell the true story. General unemployment numbers can be misleading. Even in an economy still struggling to recover, those with in-demand skills are able to make demands when it comes to compensation. Does your organization know what it takes to secure top talent? Guessing is not a risk it can afford to take.

Organizations need a complete arsenal of information to know what top candidates expect and are receiving in today’s marketplace. The IIA’s Compensation Study provides the benchmarking data organizations need to assess current pay practices, plan for the future, and build and maintain a team capable of meeting stakeholder demands.

Since 2008, The IIA’s Compensation Study has been performed in partnership with a leading human resources and total rewards system consulting firm, Harrington & Associates, assuring the validity and credibility of the study. Your participation is critical and time is of the essence — the 2014 study survey closes June 16.

Participate Today

The Compensation Study consists of two phases that must be completed for your submissions to be validated. Rest assured that all submissions will remain strictly confidential. Company and individual details will not be shared.

Please perform the following steps:

  1. Complete the organizational online survey, which will take less than 10 minutes to complete.
  2. Upon completion of the organizational survey, you will be redirected to an Excel spreadsheet where you will input individual compensation information. You can also access the spreadsheet by following this link.
  3. Please enable macros on the spreadsheet. You will be provided with a macro by which to submit this portion of the study directly. If you cannot enable macros, please email the submission to gain@theiia.org. Again, your submissions will be handled with the utmost security and remain strictly confidential.
  4. Both parts of the study must be completed by June 16, 2014.

One Good Turn Deserves Another

For your participation, you will receive the study results for US $149 (up to 62% off the nonparticipant rate). The online report will be available in September 2014. If you are a member of the Audit Executive Center and participate in the study, the report is complimentary as a benefit of your Center membership. To join the Center, please click here.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION AND COMMITMENT TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE PROFESSION.

If you have further questions regarding the 2014 Compensation Study, please contact gain@theiia.org.

2013 Compensation Study

Purchase The 2013 Internal Audit Compensation Study from The IIA Research Foundation Bookstore.