The Wyandot County Office of Economic Development, working in partnership with economic development organizations and Job & Family Services partners from around the North Central Ohio region, recently received the Final Report of its recent wage & benefit survey effort. This is the first time a formal wage & benefit survey was completed in Wyandot.
The 7-county survey offers key information on company demographics, types of benefits offered to employees, retention strategies, and compensation patterns. The survey targeted employers in Manufacturing, Logistics and Warehousing, Healthcare, and Construction industries. The Department of Job and Family Services/OhioMeansJobs offices in both Seneca and Sandusky Counties were able to secure funding through the Greater Ohio Workforce Board to facilitate the survey process.
Of the total 123 employer responses, 21 responses were received from Wyandot County, which was the
3rd highest among the 7 participating counties. The WCOED would like to thank to all of the local
employers who took time to participate in the Wage & Benefits Survey, which will provide valuable information for many organizations and their continued evaluation of these items.