To order the Global Compensation Planning Report, pick one of the two formats (online or PDF).
|GCPR-Industry (with GCPR online subscription only)
Consumer Goods, Health/ Pharma/ Life Science, High-tech (per industry)
|2017 GCPR - PDF Reports
|Global - July and October 2017
|Region - Americas - October 2017
|Region - Asia Pacific - October 2017
|Region - Europe, Middle East, and Africa - October 2017
|2017 Market PDF
Stay up to date, year round with our online edition
If you want to make timely, fully informed decisions on compensation budgeting, you need your compensation planning data to be as current as possible.
With GCPR-Online, you can view salary increase data online, any time, and then download it for offline planning. Quarterly updates grant you access to the most recent data, and you may view 15+ years of economic and salary change data to observe and analyze both long-term and short-term trends.
Suscribers to GCPR-Online access the following:
- Quarterly updates on country-specific pay increase forecasts and economic data
- An interactive charting tool that lets you display 15+ years of pay increase data by job family, along with any economic data you choose
- The ability to download data into an Excel file
- PDF versions of our most recent July and October reports
This interactive version of our timely data will help you make even better and faster compensation planning decisions in the coming year.
GCPR-Online Industry Add-on
Online subscribers only
Online subscribers can access industry-relevant pay data — allowing them to fine-tune pay increase policies and stay current with industry market trends in compensation.
Industry-specific data is only available for certain countries (depending on industry). Each industry spotlight features data for the six employee categories covered in GCPR, and data are available as a downloadable Excel file.
The following industry add-ons are available:
- Consumer goods
- Life science, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals
Note: Data on economic trends, incentives, and attracting and retaining employees are not available by industry.
The PDF edition of GCPR is available for download in October so as to coincide with annual salary planning and discussions. The PDF includes three years (past, present, and upcoming) of salary increase and economic data, information on mandatory increases and short-term incentives, and includes a summary report provided in July. The July summary report includes the latest economic and salary increase data only.