Employee Compensation Guidelines for Transit Providers in Rural and Small Urban Areas
Transportation Research Board, Jan 1, 2008 - Employee fringe benefits - 204 pages
TRB┐s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 127, Employee Compensation Guidelines for Transit Providers in Rural and Small Urban Areas explores salary and benefit characteristics of transit systems in rural and small urban areas. An interactive computer tool, produced as part of this project, is available online and is designed to allow transit managers to quickly and easily obtain compensation and benefit data from comparable transit systems.
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Section 1 Introduction
Summary of Compensation Factors
Other InfluencesWages and Compensation
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