Print Industries Affiliates’ Wage + Benefits 2020 Survey Open for Submissions
Largest labor report in graphic communications a critical asset in managing an essential workforce
Print Industries Affiliates have announced their Wage + Benefits 2020 Survey,
the industry’s most comprehensive annual report on labor costs and human resource policies of print-related
companies is open for submissions from June 15 through July 31, 2020. From top management to the
shipping department, the Wage + Benefits Survey annually captures labor costs and human resource
practices from nearly 600 firms and more than 17,000 employees across North America.
“Each year, North American Print Industries Affiliates conduct one of the most powerful surveys in the
industry,” commented Teresa Campbell, program director and president of PIA MidAmerica. “2020 has
created many challenges for industry employers in managing employee compensation and human resource
policies. Our annual Wage + Benefits and Human Resource Policies Survey is a joint effort that provides
data critical to print service providers’ ability to recruit, retain, and manage an essential workforce.”
The Wage + Benefit Survey Report, scheduled for release in October 2020, offers wages for most industry
positions in sixteen categories, segmented by region and company size. The report captures policies for
overtime, vacation, PTO, sick time, health insurance, and also includes job descriptions for more than 200
industry positions. New in 2020, the Wage + Benefits Survey makes previous year’s employment data
submissions available automatically upon login to the Wage + Benefits online portal, making the survey
process quick and easy. The online Wage + Benefit dashboard will now offer interactive search and report
capabilities, and questions related to employee impact of COVID-19 have been added to the 2020 survey.
Print Industries Affiliate member participants receive a copy of the published report at no cost. For more
details, locate your local Print Industries Affiliate and access the survey at www.printindustries.org /wages.