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Wareshouing Salaries and Wages 2016

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Wareshouing Salaries and Wages 2016

As a service to its members, WERC conducts a Warehousing and Logistics Industry Salary Survey to gather up-to-date statistics on the salary and employment practices in the industry. The survey reports on twenty-two job title and is broken out by several demographic factors.

Price: $300.00
Member Price: $150.00 

 

We thank our association sponsor, the International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA) for allowing us to invite their members to participate in the survey. We also thank the survey’s sponsor ProLogistix, whose funding made this research possible. 

As a service to its members, WERC conducts a Warehousing and Logistics Industry Salary Survey to gather up-to-date statistics on the salary and employment practices in the industry. Positions surveyed and breakouts include:

Positions Surveyed Breakouts of Salary Data:

Vice President of Logistics 
Vice President of Marketing/Sales

Director of Logistics

General Manager

Operations Manager

Traffic Manager

Customer Service Manager

Warehouse Supervisor

Office Manager

Forklift Operator

Order Filler

Shipping/Receiving Clerk

Customer Service Representative

Warehouse Associate/Worker

Sales Person

Industrial Engineer

Quality Manager/Lean Champion

Human Resources Director/VP

Human Resources Manager

Human Resources Supervisor

Human Resources Coordinator/Administrator

Human Resources Generalist I

 Breakouts of Salary Data:

 By U.S. Census Regions

 By Type of Business

 By Square Feet of Warehouse Space

 By Years Serving in Position or Required for Position

 By Years of Warehousing/Logistics Experience

 By Number of Employees Supervised

 By Highest Level of Education Completed/Required

 
The survey was coordinated by the Management Association, a third party employers association that provides research services for their membership, and for others on a contract basis. The Management Association collected, tabulated and produced this report. All individual company information submitted in conjunction with the study was kept completely confidential. 
WERC hopes members find this survey to be a valuable management and human resources tool. 

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