IIA’s 2012 Compensation Study Opens

Jack Humphrey, Regulatory journalist
May 21, 2012 /

The most comprehensive analysis of compensation for the internal audit profession, the fifth annual Compensation Study provides internal audit leaders and practitioners with clear, concise data to assess current pay practices and plan for the future.

Last year’s study results yielded many key insights to compensation practices and trends in the internal audit profession. As an example, almost three-quarters of the participants in U.S. organizations reported that their internal audit professionals received a base-pay raise over the past 12 months, and many indicated that they expect to give all audit staff a raise over the coming year in spite of what has arguably remained a sluggish economy.

Organizations that complete both phases of the study receive the study results for US $199 (50% off the regular price of US $395). The online report will be made available in September 2012. If you are a member of the Audit Executive Center, the report is complimentary as a benefit of your membership. Get details about joining the Center.

The study is open from May 14 – June 8

 

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