WCCE Chamber Relevancy Survey

Our goal is to better understand how our current Washington state Chamber professionals are feeling about the industry they serve and their role within. By better understanding your thinking, we can make the association more valuable to your needs and interests.

The survey is focused on overall Chamber relevancy, the role of social media, chamber competition and economic development. We encourage you to provide additional comments or thoughts that you have on each to help us better understand your input.

The results of the survey will be shared at the upcoming WCCE Conference in Moses Lake by Kevin Dwyer of Kevin Dwyer of Associates. Kevin has spent nearly 20 years in the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development fields in Oregon and Washington State, including 10 years at the helm of the Bainbridge Island, WA. Chamber of Commerce.

WCCE appreciates your participation in this effort to better understand your thoughts and concerns about the Washington Chamber profession.

Thank you

Are you a member WCCE?
What is the population of the area that your Chamber serves?
What is the number of members currenlty in your Chamber?
What was your membership dues revenues for the last 12 months?
What was your non-dues income revenues for the last 12 months?

(include contracts, events, sales of itmes, etc.)

How many full time employees does your Chamber employ?

(include yourself if full-time...and any employee over 30 hrs a week)

How many part-time employees does your Chamber employ?

(include yourself if you are considered part-time...and any employee less than 30 hrs per week)

What is your annual salary?
Do you currently have an employement contract (agreement)?
Do you participate in an annual preformance apprasial?
Do you have a retirement program in which your Chamber contributes monetarily?
If yes, describe the type of retirement program along with either the amount and/or percentage paid by the Chamber
Do you have medical insurance coverage in which the Chamber contributes monetarily to the premium?
If yes, describe the medical coverage along with either the amount and/or percentage paid by the Chamber
Does your Chamber provide you an automobile benefit (such as an auto allowance, mileage reimbursement, etc.)?
Does your Chamber pay for your membership(s) in civic and professional organizations (i.e., Rotary, Lions, WCCE, WSAE, WACE, ACCE, US Chamber, etc)?
Do you participate in a bonus program? (i.e. bonuses paid for meeting budget, new members, etc.)
Does your Chamber budget money for continuing education and/or your professional development?

(include conferences, US Chamber Institute, WACE Academy, etc.)

What other types of Insurance does your Chamber provide you in which it pays some or all of the premiums? (Please check all that apply)
Is there anything you would like to add, make comment about or see in the next salary/benefit survey?

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