2015 Boeing Salary Increase Distribution
2% to 2.4% 2.5% to
3% to 3.4% 3.5% to
4% to 4.4% 4.5% to
5% to 5.4% 5.5% to
6% to 6.4% 6.5% to
7% to 7.4% 7.5% to
8% to 8.4% 8.5% to
9% to 9.4% 9.5% to
Prof 3.4% 3.0% 8.0% 12.1% 12.3% 10.4% 11.5% 11.3% 9.4% 6.6% 4.1% 3.0% 1.6% 1.2% 0.7% 0.6% 0.9%
Tech 0.0% 12.0% 3.4% 5.3% 11.5% 15.1% 13.9% 10.7% 9.6% 5.8% 3.5% 3.4% 2.1% 1.2% 0.8% 0.7% 1.1%
SPEEA-Boeing salary charts now online
Detailed salary charts for the Prof and Tech bargaining units at The Boeing Company are now posted online with
updated 2015 selective salary adjustments
SPEEA posts the charts online as a tool for members to see how their careers are progressing and
to help with conversations about performance
and career management. Members can access
salary charts using their BEMSID and last name.
Salary charts were developed for every unique
combination of bargaining unit, job family and
occupation with more than 10 eligible individuals. In addition, each skill management code
(SMC) with more than 25 individuals eligible for
the salary exercise received their own additional
Salary adjustments since the 2014 annual salary
review and prior to the 2015 salary review are
summarized below. For data specific to individual
jobs codes, see the SPEEA salary charts at www.
speea.org (see Member Tools/Salary Charts).
The online charts, E and F, include the number
of reclassifications/promotions and other out-of-sequence (OOS) increases by level as well as average increase amount. The minimum promotional
increases are $2,500 for Techs and $3,500 for Profs.
Note: The figures shown here reflect data for individuals eligible for the salary exercise.
Bargaining Unit Count of Individuals Average Old Base Salary Average New Base Salary OOS Dol- lars Spent OOS As of old base* of OOS Avg OOS incr.
Prof 14,727 $119,182 $125,259 $7,411,318 0.414% 1,636 $4,530
Tech 6,481 $89,342 $93,909 $2,445,360 0.409% 697 $3,508
Because less than 0.5% was spent on the Professional and Technical bargaining units, an additional $1.5M (Prof )
and $543k ( Tech) were added to the Salary Review Funds
SPEEA monitors the salary data to ensure the
terms of the contracts are met. The Prof and Tech
contractual salary review adjustment funds were
5.0%, with minimums for all eligible employees
of 2.0% for Profs and 2.5% for Techs. Actual
funds spent were 5.099% for Profs and 5.112%
for Techs. In addition to the salary review
adjustment funds, the Prof and Tech contracts
guarantee at least 0.5% to be spent on reclassifications/promotions and other out-of-sequence
increases. Because less than 0.5% was spent on
the Professional and Technical bargaining units,
an additional $1.5M (Prof) and $543k (Tech)
were added to the Salary Review Funds.
The bar chart shows the distribution of the salary
adjustment for SPEEA Prof and Tech bargaining
units at Boeing.
The Compa-Ratio is the ratio of an employee’s
salary to the Salary Reference Table (SRT) mar-ket-reference middle value for the employee’s job
family and level. Employees having a Compa-Ratio greater than one indicates they are paid
more than the market reference. Conversely, a
Compa-Ratio less than one shows salary is less
than the market reference.
If you’re a SPEEA member at The Boeing
Company, you can access salary data for your
job code and other areas at
Look for the Salary Charts link in the ‘Member
Tools’ drop-down menu (upper right hand side
of the home page).
Because the charts are in a protected area of the
website, you will need to enter your BEMSID
with your last name for validation. The charts are
accessible to SPEEA members only. When you
go online, you will see more detailed instructions
and links to the salary charts for each bargaining unit.
A summary table provides tabular data for every
populated occupation, job family and skill management code (SMC). In addition, it indicates
the chart number on which salaried job classification (SJC) is displayed.
Salary Reference Tables (SRTs) are built by
Boeing for each job, occupation and level. They
are adjusted annually based on market and business conditions. The SRT minimum is 70% of
the SRT midpoint and the
SRT maximum is 125% of
the SRT midpoint.
Salary charts for the Wichita
Technical and Professional
Unit (WTPU) and Wichita
Engineering Unit (WEU) at
Spirit AeroSystems will be
published after salary adjustment data becomes available.
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