MERCER SALARY INCREASES 2014
Salary increases for 2014 expected to dip - The Globe and Mail
The average increase is expected to be 3.1 per cent in 2014, a slight dip from the average actual salary increase of 3.2 per cent for both 2013 and 2012, Mercer said in a release.
Salary Increases Survey - Brazil - imercer
Mercer developed the Salary Increases Survey recognizing the relevance for companies to have access to updated information along the year to support their strategic decisions. The participants of the Total Remuneration Survey (TRS) have been invited to answer the questions related to the salary movement.
2014/2015 US COMPENSATION PLANNING SURVEY - Mercer
PDF fileMore than 1,500 organizations provided data for Mercer’s 2014/2015 US Compensation Planning Survey. The survey data represents the salary practices for more than 16 million workers. The year’s results indicate that most employers will provide salary increases and increase amounts appear to have stabilized at around 3.0%. Here are
Compensation Planning 2013: Planning for Performance - Mercer
PDF fileCompensation Planning 2013: Planning for Performance September 24, 2013 James Roth • Pay for performance forecast for 2014 – Base salary increases – Short term incentives – Promotions and Companies plan to give top performers higher increases Source: Mercer 2013/2014 US Compensation Planning Report 2% 7% 54% 30% 7% 2% 8% 55% 27%
2014 Global Financial Services Pay Survey - Mercer UK
Graph 1: 2015 forecasted base salary increases in global financial services. About Mercer. Mercer is a global leader in talent, health, retirement, and investments. Mercer helps clients around the world advance the health, wealth, and performance of their most vital asset – their people.
Salary Budgets Projected to Hold Steady in 2014
Year-over-year salary budgets are Mercer, 2013/2014 research released by Hay Group in July 2013 indicates U.S. employees can expect median base salary increases of 3 percent in 2014,
HK companies forecast an average salary increase
– Average salary increase rate is at 4.4% in 2013 and forecast to be 4.6% in 2014 – One-fourth of respondents plan to increase headcount in 2014 Mercer Hong Kong 美世(香港)有限公司 conducted a snapshot survey for 2014 workforce planning and salary increase around the end of 2013.
Salary increases & hiring intentions signal - Mercer ASEAN
Figures and forecasts are based on Mercer’s Annual Total Remuneration Survey (TRS), and its bi-annual Market Pulse Surveys. In 2017, the highest salary increases are forecasted for India (10.8%) and Vietnam (9.2%) while financial hubs Hong Kong and Singapore are forecast to see a 4.2% and 4.1% increase, respectively.
Average 2014 salaries up by 3.1 per cent, Mercer
Recently-released salary surveys conducted by Hay Group and Morneau Shepell peg average salary increases for 2014 at 2.6 per cent as opposed to the 3.1 per cent increases projected by Mercer.
Salary Movement: Snapshot Reports by Country | Mercer
A quarterly snapshot survey providing relevant, consistent and up-to-date salary movement data for a single market, or up to 90+ markets across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).