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Organizations across the broader public sector need to stay informed on compensation and policy impacts during the pandemic. To evaluate your strategies and ensure you remain competitive, you need to attract and retain talent in a legislatively compliant and fiscally responsible manner. Does your compensation strategy need a revamp given how quickly the world of work has changed?
In collaboration with the Ontario Municipal Human Resources Association (OMHRA), a leading HR association in Ontario, this compensation survey shows you exactly how much you should be paying your employees based on their position and your company’s compensation philosophy. Design competitive salary plans with data for 243 jobs from 43 organizations across Ontario.
Analyze the data across key position families, such as:
May – June
2021 results available
Based on data from the 2021 Canada OMCS | Ontario Municipal Compensation Survey. Data minimum and suppression rules account for the difference between the number of positions surveyed and published.
• Allowances and benefits
• Full-time job rates
• Hours of work
• Job rates
• Market premiums
• Overtime eligibility
• Part-time job rates
• Performance pay
• Policies and practices
• Salary ranges
• Vehicle policies
• Number of employees
• Operating budget
Position Families Analyzed
• Community services
• Corporate services
• Development services
• Emergency services
• Municipality administration
• Public works
Utilize this survey alongside its counterpart, the National Municipal Compensation Survey to make effective rewards decisions across the broader public sector.
Survey results are delivered in Mercer WIN®, giving you access to the data through a variety of customizable parameters.
Job Matching Booklet
Participation is open May 16 to July 8 with results available in September. All organizations with matching jobs are invited to participate using the links above.
What’s new in the 2022 survey?
Why become a participant?
With rapid movement in the market, having current, relevant salary data that reflects these changes is essential to establishing a sustainable pay strategy that protects your existing workforce and attracts new talent. As a participant, easily see how your pay aligns to the results, so that you can:
As a participant, you’ll receive discounted pricing on the survey results.
Want to learn more? Attend a live participation webinar or view a recorded session on demand for more details on the submission process and the data collected. Find a webinar.
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View the position list and descriptions included in this HR compensation survey to optimize your ongoing compensation and benchmarking efforts.
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View a list of the participating companies included in this survey here.
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