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Actuarial Consulting Compensation Survey

Are you compensating your talent fairly?

Your firm’s success hinges on your ability to attract, retain and motivate talented staff.

At D.G. McDermott Associates we’ve been helping our clients succeed at this for nearly four decades. Our annual Actuarial Consulting Compensation Survey provides you with accurate, reliable and industry-specific information from an independent, unbiased third party. It is designed to capture an array of compensation metrics, ensuring you have the insights needed to make informed compensation decisions.

Designed by and for your industry peers, this survey has been running for 25 consecutive years.

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Here is what it means for your business

Talent Acquisition and Retention

Actuarial talent is in high demand, and the competition for skilled actuaries and data analytics professionals is fierce. By participating in this survey, you will gain an understanding of current compensation trends. With these insights, you can structure your firm’s compensation packages to attract and retain the most qualified actuarial candidates.

Strategic Compensation Planning

This survey provides valuable data about the pay scales for various actuarial and data analyst roles across different practice areas. You can then plan your firm’s compensation strategies more effectively, ensuring you allocate resources efficiently and maintain fiscal responsibility while remaining competitive.

Benchmarking Against Peers

The customized report you receive when participating in this survey enables you to benchmark your compensation packages against those offered by your industry peers. This benchmarking is crucial for understanding your position in the market and making informed adjustments to compensation structures.

Informed Decision-Making for Growth

If your firm is looking to grow or expand into new markets, this compensation survey can provide valuable data on regional compensation trends. This will inform decisions about where to expand and how to structure compensation packages to be competitive in new markets.

Enhanced Employee Satisfaction and Morale

By ensuring your firm’s compensation packages are aligned with industry standards, you can improve employee satisfaction and morale. Employees who feel they are fairly compensated are more likely to be engaged, productive, and loyal to the firm, contributing to a positive work culture and reducing costly turnover rates.

Compliance and Best Practices

Surveys like the Actuarial Consulting Compensation Survey can help ensure your firm is in compliance with equal pay laws and other regulations.

Data-Driven Insights for Leadership

Compensation surveys like this one provide your firm’s leadership with data-driven insights into compensation trends, which can support strategic decisions related to business strategy, human resources policies, and overall firm direction.

Networking and Collaboration Opportunities

Being part of industry surveys can lead to networking opportunities with other participating companies. This can spur collaborations, shared learnings, and insights into best practices in compensation management.

A wise investment in your firm’s future

Participating in the Actuarial Consulting Compensation Survey is an investment in your company’s future. It ensures that you are well-informed about industry compensation ranges and can make strategic decisions that benefit both your business and employees.

Insights from your customized survey report can contribute to a more robust, competitive, and fair compensation strategy that supports the overall health and growth of your company.

Learn more about the data collected, as well as positions and practice areas included in the survey.

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(Note this survey is designed for organization, not individual employee, participation.)

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