Salary & Benefits Survey Information and Login

Published: June 1, 2020

Access the 2020 Salary & Benefits Survey results

Log in as Member
(Username and password required.  New access codes were distributed to the top appointed official — city manager or city clerk — and/or the chief HR representative, if applicable, on June 1, 2020.)

Need an access code?

Request or purchase an access code by completing a form or contacting League HR staff:

It’s not too late to participate!

Jurisdictions unable to enter 2020 salary data prior to the spring deadline of May 29, can still enter their salary and benefit data. Data entry codes for the Coordinator side of the survey were shared back in March with participating jurisdictions. If your organization needs a data entry code, please contact e-solutions@bakertilly.com or LMC HR & Benefits staff at HRBenefits@lmc.org.


About the survey

  • This easy-to-use tool allows you to compare the salaries and benefits of your staff to those of other organizations throughout Minnesota.
  • Many Minnesota cities and counties (Greater Minnesota and metro area), as well as other public-sector organizations, are included in the 2020 survey.
  • Participation in the survey is required for free access. An annual fee will be charged for non-participating entities or other organizations requesting access.

Online presentations

For more information about accessing the 2020 survey, watch this recorded webinar from Baker Tilly providing an overview of the salary survey.

For more information about the 2020 survey and the data entry process, watch this recorded WebEx presentation.

For more information

If you have any questions regarding your password or the salary survey, please send an email to E-Solutions@bakertilly.com or any of the LMC HR & Benefits staff at HRBenefits@lmc.org.

 

Disclaimer: The League provides the salary survey program to facilitate the exchange of information among elected officials and management of participating organizations. The League program relies on sophisticated methodology and proprietary technology. The League owns the salary survey program and each organization is responsible for its own data. Participating organizations are expected to allow access to elected officials and select management staff only.