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
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 across 124 countries.
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 report highlights overall salary differences in 84 counties and compares salary differentials for seven
Ensure a sustainable lifestyle at all income levels using the International Living Wage Report. Data on inflation, gross domestic product, and unemployment is provided as well as hourly and monthly
minimum wages by country.
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 report also looks at mandatory employer contributions across countries and the hidden costs of
employing a worker in any location.
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.
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.
Create fair, compliant policies for terminated employees across Asia Pacific using this report; 15 countries in the Asia Pacific region are covered.
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.
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, research, as well as our comprehensive Global Compensation Planning online tool.
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.
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.
This Mercer guide offers a practical approach to planning and executing a global diversity and inclusion strategy that responds to the challenges faced by organisations worldwide.
Mercer's HR Atlas Asia Pacific covers 17 major countries and helps HR professionals identify workforce issues and trends in the Asia Pacific region.
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.
More than 1,730 HR leaders and 4,500 employees across 15 countries provided their input. The result is Mercer’s 2016 Global Talent Trends study, which highlights current issues in the world of work
and identifies priorities that demand immediate attention. This report showcases highlights from the global findings (employer and employee surveys) and presents the data results for each of
the 15 countries.
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.
Today’s organisations do not face a shortage in applicants as much as the inability to locate the skilled talent they require in a timely, cost-effective fashion. Adding to this challenge, for recruiters
and staffing professionals, is the plethora of technology available to assist in employment branding, sourcing talent, and managing the hiring and onboarding processes. Many provide similar,
even overlapping functionality; others sound the same in their marketing materials even when they are not. This report segments over 200 talent acquisition technology providers into 25 categories
resulting in a taxonomy of talent acquisition technology which portrays the primary features and distinctions of these product types and how they are most commonly positioned and sold.
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