With an extensive global presence, Mercer collects data from organizations and consultants around the world. The data is analyzed to provide insightful and timely analysis on the issues that impact global HR decision making. Together,
our data and analysis help you take the actions necessary to propel your organization forward, attract and retain key talent, and support your human capital mission. Choose the comprehensive global solutions that fit your information
More than 1,730 HR leaders and 4,500 employees across 15 countries provided their input. Mercer’s 2016 Generational Talent Trends study highlights current issues in the world of work across the three
generations of employees that make up the majority of today's workforce.
The Global Compensation Planning Report (GCPR) provides salary increase trends across career levels while also presenting GDP growth, inflation, and unemployment rates. GCPR is your leading source
of information on economic and salary trends.
Using Mercer’s new 20 Year Look Back on Global Compensation Planning, HR and corporate managers can do just that, gaining key insight into historical trends for 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 our global business environment.
Get concise pay data to stay updated on global salary trends with the Global Pay Summary report. Annual base salary and annual total cash information for 50 benchmark positions is presented supporting
your ability to benchmark across 11 job families.
Confidently move jobs to new locations with equitable and competitive salary information. This online resource highlights overall salary differences and compares salary differentials for seven
This report provides you with a clear and simple comparison guide of which qualifications are in demand in over 90 markets. Create compensation packages that attract today’s top, new talent using this key data.
With so many moving pieces in any merger or acquisition, retaining talent is a key determinant of a deal’s overall value. This comprehensive report covers a variety of employee-retention strategies, helping M&A experts solve common issues (confusion about the new business approach, problems with integrating the new entities, a lack of role clarity, and a failure to communicate with the workforce) and prevent the loss of high-value talent.
This report analyzes short-term incentive changes, presents annual and short-term incentive practices, and summarizes three-year incentive trends across regions allowing you to access compensation
intelligence that goes beyond base salary.
Assess the fairness and competitiveness of employee pay and identify cost-saving opportunities. This online resource also looks at mandatory employer contributions across countries and the hidden costs of
employing a worker in any location.
With the largest participant base in the market – 830 multinational companies – this comprehensive and global report addresses critical policy and practice elements of international assignments. This report answers prevalent questions about changing mobile workforces, policy segmentation, importance of mobility premiums in the current economy, and more prevalent questions in this dynamic field.
Quickly and easily identify markets with the highest turnover rates — more than 100 countries available — and proactively take the steps needed to retain your top talent. This publication
includes details on economic and labour market trends, voluntary and involuntary turnover, and workforce change by region, country, and industry.
Company car benefits are a key part of the compensation package offered when recruiting and retaining the best 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 around the world have begun reconsidering these traditional policies in order to meet the unique demands of today’s labor market and workforce expectations. 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 globally hot topic with the NEW Global Parental Leave report. With over 1,500 companies' data, the results will help
you evaluate paid time–off practices for parents in 50 countries.
As norms shift in society and the court of law, it is incumbent upon private industry actors to reassess their own position on LGBT-rights issues so as to stay ahead of the talent market trends. With this report, gain an understanding on 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, this ensures that they are treated fairly and prepares 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 provided to employees.
This global survey provides reliable and up-to-date market data on the policies and amount of annual leave offered by companies in more than 50 countries, giving managers in the HR industry the chance to see how their policies stack up against their competitors.
Get up–to–date, critical facts on global benefits, practices, and statutory regulations with the Worldwide Benefit & Employment Guidelines, an authoritative and cost-effective, quick-reference
guide on global employee benefits in 77 countries.
This handbook explains the various components of compensation and pay structures, by illustrating types of incentives, allowances, and equity plans. The handbook also guides HR administrators in
rewarding employees and presents administrative topics.
Using Mercer's extensive market practice information and data, this guide offers unparalleled quality and in-depth information on compensation and benefits, as well as the general commercial
and labour landscape.
For organizations considering investing in new locations or professionals preparing for a trip, this report offers information on each market's business environment, benefits standards, compensation practices, and culture.
Mercer's HR Management Terms manual is a concise compilation of HR terminology in one handy volume. It provides clear definitions and explanations of common HR terms used by industries around
the world and is a great companion to other Mercer reports.
The Global Mobility Handbook is a key reference guide for administrators looking to create a successful international assignment or expatriate program. The handbook helps organizations solve the inevitable complications in relocating highly valued personnel to new and foreign markets, and is an invaluable asset in today’s globalized business environment.
Anytime access to currently available global mobility surveys and publications. Depending on time of purchase, subscribers will also have access to the future publication editions and to at least
two new annual survey reports and 3-5 spot survey reports.
To make the best decisions for your organisation, you need accurate, updated information on everything from local statutory benefits, to salary trends, to current economic developments.
Get it all in the Talent All Access online portal with anytime access to 20+ publications, online tools, and research.
Mercer’s eight individual Global Talent Trends Industry Reports offer by-industry views from the executive, HR, and employee perspectives.
This report provides turnover data by employee level and industry, as well as market trends for over 100 countries.