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NPMA Extends Deadline for the 2010 Wage & Benefits Survey

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Deadline Extended to August 16

| August 3, 2010

FAIRFAX, Va.  — The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is once again conducting its Nationwide Wage and Benefits Survey. Since NPMA’s last survey in 2007, economic conditions have resulted in the need for many PMPs to adjust pay plans and benefit programs.  Pest professionals have expressed concerns about keeping their workforce motivated to retain top talent and hold down expenses while continuing to stay competitive.
 
The 2010 Wage & Benefits Survey will provide useful data and insight about industry trends and practices to help PMPs better manage their compensation and benefit planning.  From pay increases to pay plans, pay rates, holiday practices, insurance plans, vacations, PTO, and much more, this survey is crucial the pest management industry. 

Survey Deadline: August 16
To take the survey, visit
http://www.surveygizmo.com/s/298912/u13a2

In order to ensure the highest quality results and guarantee strict confidentiality, NPMA has engaged the expertise of Seawright & Associates to design the survey, collect and analyze the data, and report the aggregate results back to NPMA.

For more information, contact NPMA at (703) 352-6762 or e-mail npma@pestworld.org.

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