The global employment landscape is rapidly changing, creating the need to continuously evaluate and evolve your employee remuneration strategies across locations and markets. Mercer understands your need for quick access to data, trends, and tools that will help you align your global strategies and create the right pay, benefits, and policies to succeed today and in the future.
Mercer’s extensive global presence allows us to collect the right data from the right organizations and consultants, data which can be used by you and other HR professionals to address your areas of need. Ready to take the actions necessary to propel your organization forward, attract and retain key talent, and support your human capital mission? Browse our collection of comprehensive global solutions.
The Global Compensation Planning Report (GCPR) provides information on salary increase trends across career levels while also presenting data on GDP growth, inflation, and unemployment rates. Optimize your global compensation strategy with the leading source of information on economic and salary trends.
Using Mercer’s new 20 Year Look Back on Global Compensation Planning Report, HR and corporate managers gain key insight into historical trends and business-critical data. Whether you’re interested in how the global recession impacted emerging markets or which countries experienced the biggest economic swings over the last 20 years, this publication offers an invaluable roadmap of the broader forces affecting the global business environment.
Access concise pay data on global salary trends with the Global Pay Summary report. Benchmark across 11 job families and 50 positions with data insights into annual base salary and annual total cash information.
Gain insight into the types of incentives offered around the world, and quickly evaluate how these incentives vary by job family or industry with two global report options. Get individual market data by career level for short-term, sales, and long-term incentives.
With so many moving pieces in any merger or acquisition, retaining talent is very often a key determinant of a deal’s overall value. This report covers a variety of employee-retention strategies, helping M&A experts:
This report provides you with a clear and simple comparison guide of the most in demand qualifications for recent graduates in over 118 markets. Use this data to create the optimal compensation structure in order to secure the workforce for the future of your company.
Mercer’s Short-Term Incentive Trends — A 10 Year Review offers key insights into the short-term incentive program changes which have most successfully driven individual performance throughout 57 different markets around the world.
This report provides HR managers with a deeper understanding of how workspace policies differ worldwide. It includes workplace flexibility, workspace design, and the impact of automation and AI on the future of work.
With the largest participant base in the market, this comprehensive report addresses the most critical policy and practice elements of international assignments. The report also answers prevalent questions related to changing mobile workforces, policy segmentation, the importance of mobility premiums in today’s economy, and much more.
Quickly and easily identify markets with the highest turnover rates and take proactive steps to retain your top talent. This publication includes 100 markets with details on economic and labour market trends, voluntary and involuntary turnover, and workforce change by region, country, and industry.
Company car benefits are very often a key part of the compensation package offered when recruiting and retaining talent. This global report reviews car policy by market, highlights differences in policy practices, and helps identify cost-saving measures.
Car benefits are a long-standing staple of many employee benefit programs, but some companies have begun reconsidering these policies in order to meet the unique new demands and expectations of today’s labor market. This report allows you to compare common practices across 10 industry standards.
Ensure you have up-to-date information on how companies are addressing this global hot topic. With over 1,500 companies' data, the results will help you evaluate paid time–off practices and other popular parental perks or trends in 50 different countries.
Mercer’s Global Parental Leave Industry Scorecard allows your company to evaluate its maternity, paternity, and parental leave policies against your competition.
As norms shift in society and the court of law, it is critical for employers to examine their position on LGBT issues to stay ahead of the talent market trends. Learn which benefits are provided to LGBT employees, the main reasons why a benefit is not provided, and what is covered for each benefit type.
Severance programs offer structure and guidance for employees that are leaving an organization. Simultaneously, these programs ensures that they are treated fairly while preparing them to re-enter the job market. This global survey collects information for more than 30 countries and studies how organizations around the world navigate the tricky waters of severance pay.
Mercer’s Severance Pay Policies Industry Scorecard empowers you to assess and compare your company’s severance pay policy against the market standard for 10 global industries.
This survey provides reliable and up-to-date market data on policies and amount of annual leave offered by companies in more than 50 countries. Using the data on vacation days, sick leave, paid time off pools, sabbaticals, and more, craft or enhance your policy.
As the push for top talent in the tech and start-up sectors spawns revolutionary new approaches to vacation policies, companies must determine how these new solutions fit into their employee value proposition. Find out how your company’s vacation policies compare with industry standards.
Get up–to–date facts on global benefits, practices, and statutory regulations with the Worldwide Benefit & Employment Guidelines, an authoritative, cost-effective, quick-reference guide on global employee benefits in 77 countries.
To make the best decisions for your organisation, you need accurate, up-to-the-minute information on everything from local statutory benefits to salary trends to current economic developments. Get all of this and more in the Talent All Access online portal, which provides anytime access to 20+ publications, online tools, and research.
Attract and keep top talent with data on GDP growth, salary increase forecasts, and more for 146 markets using the Global Compensation Planning Report (GCPR).
Keep pace with this global hot topic. See where your maternity, paternity, and parental leave policies stack up across 10 industries.