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Mercer 2020 compensation surveys are opening for participation now. The act of submitting data to a survey is known as survey participation and your company is then viewed as a participant. As a survey participant, see your data beside peers and competitors while you explore insights in compensation by company size, geography, and industry. Comparing your data to the market is key to creating attractive salary budgets. Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of this market leading data. Survey participation consists of several key elements:
Individual survey details – participation open/close dates, submission forms, and more can be found within the sections below. The majority of surveys will publish results in August/September 2020.
Transfer survey access – If you have experienced organizational changes and need a new contact to receive access to your Mercer survey data, please complete an Access Transfer Request Form .
Select surveys will move to the new Mercer Job Library in 2020.
Explore the benefits of this new job catalog, which surveys will transition in 2020, and what it means to you.
Industry-specific compensation surveys provide information on specialized jobs or positions that are not found in every organization. The positions found in this spectrum of surveys are typically only within an individual industry, such as doctors (healthcare), engineering technologists (energy), or bank tellers (financial services). Find a complete list of industry-specific surveys below. Interested in a survey that has closed? Contact us to learn how to be a part of the survey.
General industry compensation surveys provide data on positions found across a wide variety of industries, meaning the employees working these types of jobs usually won’t be exclusively tied to just one sector of work. Examples of this include human resources and accounting job functions. Find a complete list of general industry surveys below. Interested in a survey that has closed? Contact us to learn how to be a part of the survey.
Providing management clarity in guiding day-to-day operations in a consistent manner, policies and practices surveys will help you establish best practices for managing your workforce strategy. Examples of this include short-term incentives, turnover, and employee perks. Find a complete list of policies and practices surveys below. Interested in a survey that has closed? Contact us to learn how to be a part of the survey.
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