Acre launches CR & Sustainability Salary Survey
The 2016 Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Salary Survey, undertaken by Acre, Carnstone and Flag, was launched on 20th January 2016.
The biennial study, which is now in its sixth year, encourages employees in the sector who work in-house, as well as in external consultancies, to complete the survey on their salaries and benefits, responsibilities and backgrounds.
Acre says that those who take part in its report will contribute to the understanding of the professional CR/S landscape.
In addition to revealing earning power and skills required for success, the 2016 survey will also divulge details on diversity, budgets and team sizes as well as drawing comparisons across the previous five surveys.
Andy Cartland, Acre’s founder and director, said, “The last survey was the biggest of its kind, and has become the benchmark for salary discussions in the sustainability market place. Our sample size has increased with every survey, which allows for more accurate and comprehensive data and we intend to achieve our highest response rate ever this year.”
Paul Burke, senior partner at Carnstone Partners LLP, commented, “Carnstone Partners is delighted to join with Acre and Flag in the sixth CR and sustainability salary survey. As the CR and sustainability sector grows, so those working within it are naturally keen to understand the opportunities available and how their experience compares to peers elsewhere. This survey aims to provide definitive answers to these questions”.