Canada Geographic Salary Differential Tool

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Canada Geographic Salary Differential Survey Tool | Mercer

With an increasing number of companies having operations in multiple cities across Canada, you need credible salary differential information to stay competitive. The Canada Geographic Salary Differential Tool provides an analysis of pay differentials for 77 Canadian locations, including provinces, regions, and cities. With this salary survey, you can consistently determine the cost of your staff all while handling employee relocation across the country. Design your effective compensation strategy so that you can minimize turnover and attract the best talent no matter what market you’re in.

This critical salary data provides you with the ability to:

  • Analyze geographic salary differentials for 77 Canadian cities.
  • Compare data at the city or national level.
  • Compare cities to each other and to the national median.
  • Compare differentials at varying salary levels you define — up to $150,000.
  • View actual and projected salary increase percentages for each location.
  • Create reports and graphs of data for the cities you select.
  • Price or export the results.

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What's new in 2018
With over 1,900 positions analyzed, the 2018 Canada Geographic Salary Differential Tool gives you accurate geographic salary estimates through multiple locations, so you can determine an appropriate workforce compensation strategy across numerous areas of the country. 

The 2018 survey results are delivered in a published PDF format and an Excel GEO tool to your account under My Downloads.

Survey results are delivered to your account under "My Downloads" in a published PDF format and an Excel GEO tool.

Rather than using data interpolation, this survey provides specific salary differential information based on actual market data collected each year in Mercer’s compensation surveys. This salary survey methodology ensures that the information reflects the ever-changing Canadian compensation landscape.

Salary Survey Methodology
Mercer surveys are designed using the most accurate and up-to-date market data practices. Data is collected from HR professionals at participating organizations and then analyzed for validity, thoroughness, and market representation based on the organization's size, structure, geographic region, or a combination of these factors. A minimum number of incumbents, organizations, and distinct organizations are required in order to report each data element. If minimums are not met, the market data is suppressed, ensuring you the highest level of data confidentiality.


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Survey Statistics

  • Number of Positions: 1,900+
  • Number of Cities: 77


Product Price
Canada Geographic Salary Differential Tool — 2018 GEO 1st time purchaser CAD 975
Canada Geographic Salary Differential Tool — Renewal (purchased last year) CAD 750
Canada Geographic Salary Differential Tool — 1-5 cities (PDF)* CAD 275
Canada Geographic Salary Differential Tool — Additional cities (PDF)* CAD 150

* The individual city reports will be created upon request; results will be delivered within 5–8 days

Additional buying options are available. Call us to learn how you can lock in rates for two or more years and qualify for additional discounts.

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Canada Geographic Salary Differential Tool

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  • Additional users may be added during checkout for CAD 220 each per module/survey.
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  • Data Effective Date: January 1
  • Report Available: February 27


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