Hardware Retailing

NOV 2017

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November 2017 | HARDWARE RETAILING 59 2017 Employee Compensation Report Position Full-Time Employees Part-Time Employees # Per Store Wages # Hours # Per Store Wages # Hours Owners/Officers (annual) 0.36 $103,098 50 - - - Managers (annual) 1.18 $71,192 47 - - - Assistant Managers (annual) 0.71 $51,848 45 - - - Department Managers (hourly) 1.74 $19.39 44 0.18 $11.70 28 Salesfloor Personnel (hourly) 5.46 $15.85 44 2.97 $12.12 24 Inside Sales (hourly) 0.56 $20.76 44 0.13 $12.92 25 Outside Sales (annual) 0.46 $56,240 45 - - - Office (hourly) 1.11 $18.44 40 0.14 $12.10 24 Cashiers (hourly) 1.42 $11.89 40 2.21 $10.36 20 Stock (hourly) 0.46 $14.40 44 0.16 $10.72 21 Delivery/Receiving (hourly) 1.12 $15.42 45 0.07 $12.25 26 Warehouse (hourly) 0.88 $14.86 47 - - - Yard (hourly) 1.52 $14.74 44 0.96 $11.06 21 Lumber Counter (hourly) 0.19 $19.05 40 0.01 $9.25 28 IT/Computer Specialists (hourly) 0.12 $31.43 45 - - - Advertising/Marketing (hourly) 0.33 $26.07 46 0.03 $10.82 28 Design Center (annual) 0.13 $44,401 46 - - - Total 17.75 6.86 Average Number of Employees per Store, Average Hours Worked per Week and Wage per Employee This chart shows the average number of people employed at the various positions in home centers responding to this study. The employee counts are listed per store and are, in some cases, fewer than one employee per store due to one employee being used across multiple locations or simple averaging across study participants. 69 percent of home centers do not offer formal employee training programs. 65 percent of home centers budget 1 percent or less of sales for training.

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