Soar to New Heights with Radford

Use the new Radford Network® to access survey data with more power and flexibility than ever before. 

Fighting a Fire Drill?
Use Quick Benchmarks

With Quick Benchmarks, you can instantly analyze pay for one, or a handful, of job families in any market on-the-fly. Your results immediately pop-up on screen, where you can then use market filters to dig deeper and eventually download results to Excel.

Getting started is easy. Simply select a survey, then a country and then a job family. Next, hit show results. From there, refine your analysis with industry, regional and demographic filters to instantly see increasingly targeted data.

Need More Power?
Market Queries is the Answer

The Market Queries tool is the powerhouse of the Radford Network. You can create, save and reuse complex queries covering multiple talent markets and hundreds of job families in one report.

What's more, Market Queries offers you all of the customization found in Quick Benchmarks. You can create and save custom data element settings and use market filters to refine your analysis across industry, regional and demographic attributes.

Once you've built the perfect query, you can then download your results directly to Excel in minutes.

Want All the Data, Fast?
Download Country Totals

Sometimes, highly-targeted queries don't produce the results you're looking for, especially in smaller countries. For times like these, the Country Totals tool is the perfect answer. It allows you to instantly download overall survey results for one or more countries.

Think of this as your shortcut reporting resource when you want overall survey results for all available job families in a country without any segmentation across industry, regional or demographic filters. However, you can always use your custom data element settings to zero-in on the data points that matter most to you.

Looking for Extra Insights?
Access Trends & Practices Reports

Building your rewards program shouldn't be an act of faith. If you're someone who likes to know the lay of the land before taking action, it's time to leverage our industry-leading practices and trends data. 

With our practices data, you'll learn how your closest peers manage their salary structures, design their short-term and long-term cash incentives, and deliver equity compensation. With our trends data, you'll understand where merit and overall salary increase budgets are headed, plus see inights on turnover and hiring sentiment. 

Access to practices and trends data is complimentary when you participate in one or more rewards surveys and complete required supplemental survey submissions.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where can I learn more about using the new Radford Network?
    All Radford clients are invited to attend any of our regularly scheduled training webinars on a complimentary basis. Covered topics include:
    • New User Training
    • A Tour of the New Radford Network
    • Dynamic Job Matrix and Job Matching
    • Transitioning from the Classic to New Radford Network
    • Making the Most of Radford Data, part 1
    • Making the Most of Radford Data, part 2
    • How to Input Data

    To view webinar dates and register, click here or contact your survey consultant.
 
  • Where can I access training materials for the new Radford Network?
    When you open the Data Generator on the new Radford Network, you will be prompted to watch a quick video on using our powerful new Market Queries tool. We encourage all clients to watch this video, which you can then dismiss from appearing in the future. In addition, you can always read our product FAQs (log in required) or watch videos in our training library (log in required).

  • What makes the new Radford Network fundamentally different?
    Our new platform features a fully redesigned user experience and a new back-end calculation engine. As a result of these updates, clients can now mix numerous “market filters” on-the-fly to create highly targeted views of the market. In contrast, our classic system only allowed clients to pick from pre-defined “market breakouts” that could only be viewed as seperate lines of data. All of these classic breakouts can be fully recreated in the new system, but along with thousands of other more granular views of the market.