The United Fresh Produce Association Monday launched its 2021 Compensation Survey for the fresh produce industry.
The data collected will be published in a report that will assist produce industry employers in understanding critical compensation benchmarks.
For 2021, additions to the survey include two new positions focused on sustainability, and a series of questions related to how companies have changed their salary and benefit practices in the wake of COVID-19.
The survey also will collect compensation and benefits data from produce companies for more than 30 full-time positions.
The survey is open to any U.S. or Canadian-based produce employer, including grower-shippers, brokers, wholesaler-distributors, importers, exporters, and fresh-cut processors.
The survey is administered every two years, and the results will be published this June in a detailed report designed to help produce companies directly compare their salaries and benefits for more than thirty full-time positions.
The survey is open at www.unitedfreshsurvey.com to any U.S. or Canadian-based produce company until March 12.
(Story Courtesy of the NAFB News Service)