WHA, in partnership with the Wisconsin Healthcare Human Resources Association (WisHHRA), has opened registration for their 2024 compensation survey. The survey, and statewide and peer group results, will be available to member participants at no cost. The co-branded WHA-WisHHRA survey will collect incumbent-level salary information for management, non-management and executive job codes as of Jan. 1, 2024. Results will be available to participants in early April 2024.
WHA and WisHHRA had great participation last year and have learned much from the first year of the survey. The registration process is one example of an enhancement to the data collection and reporting process to ensure an impactful resource for assisting hospitals and health systems as they work through the many workforce issues facing the industry.
WHA and WisHHRA members received a link to register for the survey on Oct. 19, 2023. This registration will enhance education, information and communication for survey participants.
The inaugural co-branded compensation survey in 2023 was a strong start, with 123 facilities submitting data, representing about 90% of the hospitals and health systems in the state. WHA is committed to continuing to improve participation and create an even more complete dataset in the 2024 Wisconsin Health Care Workforce Salary Survey, which creates a more valuable member benefit for WisHHRA and WHA members.
If you have questions about registering for the 2024 WHA Wisconsin Health Care Workforce Salary Survey, contact WHA Senior Vice President, Workforce and Clinical Practice Ann Zenk
, WHA Information Center Data Analyst Emily Holden
or WHA Information Center Vice President Jennifer Mueller