Complete the 12th Annual Survey of the Logistics Professional

by Canadian Shipper

TORONTO, Ont. — The coming year promises to be a particularly challenging one for supply chain managers and their salaries. While the recession is hopefully behind us, companies remain uncertain about the strength of the recovery and are certain to continue examining every expense, including supply chain salaries. At the same time companies must keep an eye out for growth areas, which presents opportunities for supply chain professionals. It¹s particularly important in such a volatile setting to understand where you stand in terms of your job pay and benefits. It¹s just as critical to understand how the salary and benefits levels for your employees stack up against industry averages.

Help us provide this vital information to you by participating in Canadian Transportation & Logistics’ 12th Annual Survey of the Canadian Logistics Professional, the most comprehensive study of industry remuneration and career trends.

Simply click on the link provided at the bottom to get started. The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete. All returned questionnaires will be entered into a draw for $300 and $200 gift certificates at Future Shop.

This is the most authoritative survey of its kind in Canada. We have partnered once again with founding sponsor TSI Group, a leading recruitment firm specializing in providing human resource solutions in supply chain management, Supply Chain & Logistics Canada, the leading industry association, and Wilfrid Laurier University, to bring the survey to you.

Your responses will be combined with those of others involved in the industry to develop a statistical report to be published in the January and February 2011 issues of our magazine.

Of course, your answers are completely confidential and participation in this survey is voluntary. The data will be collected and tabulated by independent research firm Bramm Research and their data collection partner Newbridge Research. The data will also be securely stored by Bramm Research and destroyed once tabulation has been completed.

Thank you in advance for your assistance in this important project.

 Lou Smyrlis, Editorial Director, Canadian Transportation & Logistics

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