Volatility in oil and global commodity prices can prove disruptive; however, it also creates significant opportunities for gaining a competitive advantage. Ensure your talent strategy aligns with economic conditions and enhances organizational strength and performance in the areas of competitive pay and employee incentives.
Designed in partnership with key industry players, this survey provides a comprehensive study of compensation packages.
The Mercer Global Drilling Survey (GDS) is one of the most comprehensive reward surveys for the global offshore drilling industry, covering 20+ countries and 83 drilling positions representing shore-based and offshore populations (from Roustabout to OIM). The data collected is both for locals and expatriates.
The Manufacturing and Marketing Compensation and Policy Survey (M&M) is the premier source of market data for the downstream sector of the oil and gas industry. The survey covers 200+ positions related to refining, engineering, marketing and retail operations.
The premier source of compensation data for mining organizations, featuring critical positions in key mining job families. Data is analyzed by geographic area, type of mine, commodity mined, and mine and organization size.
The Mercer Oilfield Services Survey (MOSS) is the premier reward survey for oilfield services, covering 30+ countries outside of North America and 179 oilfield services positions.
MTCS is a premier source of compensation and benefits data for energy organizations, including exploration and production, drilling, services and equipment, pipeline, midstream, and utilities.
The North Dakota Energy Industry Compensation Survey is the premier source of data for organizations in the Upstream and Oilfield Services sectors. The survey collects both incumbent and policy data from companies physically located in North Dakota shale operations sites.
Are you part of the Canadian energy industry? Similar to US MTCS, the Canada MTCS survey suite will help you create a competitive strategy, with current year data you need to assess your competitive position in Canada.
The energy market is beginning to stabalize. Don't miss the opportunity to network and stay abreast of new market practices.