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2012 Compensation and Benefits Survey Canada Report (Select Pages)

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The 2012 Travel Management Compensation and Benefits Survey from the GBTA Foundation is an annual report based on the responses of 529 corporate travel and meetings managers working the United States and Canada. The report is designed to allow individual travel managers to compare their compensation levels and benefits with those of their peers.

The full report is available for purchase for non-members and at no cost for GBTA members. To learn more about the Global Business Travel Association please visit www.gbta.org.

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2012 Compensation and Benefits Survey Canada Report (Select Pages)

  1. 1. 1© 2012 GBTA Foundation. All rights reserved. 1 2012 Travel Management Compensation & Benefits Survey Canada GBTA Foundation 123 N. Pitt Street Alexandria, VA 22314 CONFIDENTIALITY ASSURANCE The Compensation and Benefits Survey is based on a strictly confidential survey conducted of Travel Buyers. © 2012 GBTA Foundation. All rights reserved. CONFIDENTIAL
  2. 2. 26© 2012 GBTA Foundation. All rights reserved. Employees in Travel Department / Employees Supervised Q18. How many employees work in your travel department, not including outsourced workers? n=39 Q19. How many employees work in your travel department, including outsourced workers? n=41 Q20. How many company employees do you personally supervise? n=42 Q21. How many outsourced employees do you personally supervise? n=41 Source: As reported by GBTA Foundation’s 2012 Travel Management Compensation & Benefits Study • A median of 3 employees work in a respondent’s travel department, not including outsourced workers. Including outsourced workers, there are a median of 5 employees. • A median of 1 company and 0 outsourced employees are supervised. Employees in Travel Department / Employees Supervised 2012 Number of employees who work in your travel department, not including outsourced workers Median 3 Number of employees who work in your travel department, including outsourced workers Median 5 Number of company employees you personally supervise Median 1 Number of outsourced employees you personally supervise Median 0
  3. 3. 37© 2012 GBTA Foundation. All rights reserved. Insurance - Joint Contribution Q26. Please identify the types of insurance provided by your employer, according to the following categories: Paid Fully by Employer Paid Fully by Employee Joint Contribution Insurance Not Provided n=19-31 Source: As reported by GBTA Foundation’s 2012 Travel Management Compensation & Benefits Study • Respondents most frequently indicate Dental (71%), Vision (58%), and Long-Term Disability (57%) insurances are paid for by a joint contribution. Percent Saying Type of Insurance is Paid by a Joint Contribution (Among Respondents Answering Question on Each Particular Insurance) 2012 Dental 71% Vision 58% Long-Term Disability 57% Long-Term Care Insurance 52% Medical – Traditional Indemnity Plan (80 / 20) 50% Term Life 48% High Deductible Health Plan / HSA 38% Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) 38% Short-Term Disability 37% Accidental Death / Travel 23% Point of Service (POS) 17% Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) 16% Professional Liability 10%

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