Employee Compensation Guidelines for Transit Providers in Rural and Small Urban Areas
economics - benefits, place - rural, place - urban
Computer tools, Employee benefits, Employee compensation, Guidelines, Hiring policies, Personnel retention, Recruiting, Rural areas, Salaries, Small cities, Small towns, Transit operating agencies
This report will be of interest to local transit providers and their governing boards. While the Guidebook largely addresses compensation, it also assists transit providers to recruit, hire and retain qualified employees. The Guidebook is accompanied by an interactive computer tool (located on the Transportation Research Board website at http://trb.org/news/blurb_detail.asp?id=9282) that provides an easy way to explore salary and benefit characteristics of transit systems in rural and small urban areas.
Permission to link to this report has been given by TRB.
KFH Group, Incorporated. (2008). Employee Compensation Guidelines for Transit Providers in Rural and Small Urban Areas. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 127, published by Transportation Research Board, Washington.