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FAST and partner organizations launch security industry compensation study

September 7, 2023SSN Staff

DALLAS—Recognizing the security industry’s need for current and comprehensive compensation data, the Foundation for Advancing Security Talent (FAST) and four other organizations have partnered to present the 2023 Security Industry Compensation Study. In addition to FAST, this research initiative is produced by the Security Industry Association (SIA), Electronic Security Association (ESA), PSA Security Network (PSA) and Security Sales...

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The Monitoring Association reveals results of compensation study

August 6, 2020SSN Staff

MCLEAN, Va.—The Monitoring Association (TMA) announced the release of its latest Wage & Comp Survey, which provides monitoring and security services companies with salary and benefits information to guide hiring and compensation decisions. The Survey was created in partnership with TRG Associates, Inc., a consulting firm that specializes in the security alarm industry. Participation in the Survey was open to all security monitoring companies. Company specific information is not published to...

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NSCA to release compensation and benefits report

August 30, 2007L. Samuel Pfeifle

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa--On Sept. 15, the National Systems Contractors Association, representing 2,500 members of the commercial electronic systems industry, will release is biannual compensation and benefits report, which can be accessed by corporate members. Compiled by senior director of member services Jodi Montgomery, the report is the result of surveys sent to 2,893 systems contractors and integrators in North America, with 130 companies in 36 states anonymously completing surveys. Results will...

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CSAA conducts new compensation survey

January 13, 2005SSN Staff

January 13, 2005 VIENNA, Va. - The Central Station Alarm Association announced plans to conduct an abbreviated version of its compensation, benefits and incentive practices survey. The survey, which will conclude at the end of February, will be distributed through the Accent listserver and the association's web site. Salaries and benefits of central station managers to supervisors and operators will be collected in the survey. Accent, which was developed by the CSAA and the Security Industry...

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