The 2019 HR Benchmarking survey helps c-store retailers learn how they stack up against the competition and provides key insights for raising the bar.
From recruiting and hiring employees to appealing to the Gen Z workforce, the 11th annual HR Benchmarking Survey will help convenience store operators determine how they measure up against others in the competitive convenience store business.
In a recent National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Retailer Sentiment Survey, c-store retailers said ‘labor issues’ ranked as the top concern for 2019, above regulations and legislation, economic concerns and more.
To help convenience store retailers better manage their workforce and understand what employees are looking for in an employer, Convenience Store Decisions and human resources expert Mel Kleiman, president of Humetrics, are collaborating for the 11th consecutive year to provide insight into the industry’s human resources practices.
This key benchmarking survey, will enable chains of all sizes to evaluate their recruiting, hiring and retention performance to enhance their competitive viability.
The 11th Annual Convenience Store Decisions/Humetrics Human Resources Benchmarking Survey also examines the industry’s current pay scale for frontline hourly employees and managers allowing hiring managers to understand exactly how their compensation packages stack up with others in the industry.
If you will take about 15 minutes to complete this mostly multiple-choice survey, in return, you will:
- Be entered into a drawing to receive one of three, $100 gift cards or a $100 donation to the charitable organization of your choice.
- Be invited to an exclusive, complimentary webinar detailing this survey’s results.
- Be eligible to receive a complimentary, 30-minute consulting call with frontline, hourly hiring expert, Mel Kleiman.
- Pick up new ideas about HR-related activities you may want to implement—or avoid.
- End up with a comprehensive checklist you can use to ensure your organization is investing their HR resources where they will generate the greatest return on investment.
Otherwise, we’ll share only key findings along with additional insights in the April issue of Convenience Store Decisions. Take the survey now.