US MTCS | Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector - Utilities

Manage your competitive pay strategies more effectively

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To meet changing societal expectations, utility organizations need an enhanced business model that plans for changes in power prices, accounts for the increased usage of ‘smart’ devices by consumers, and understands where the market is headed on renewable energy,  or risk getting left behind. During a time of change it’s essential that you staff your organization with exceptional talent.

Manage your competitive pay strategies more effectively with the Utilities module of the US MTCS | Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector . Compare your organization’s salaries against 2,371 employee observations. Assess your compensation strategy across base pay, short- and long-term incentive, and other organizational data. Evaluate compensation and benefits data collected from 45 organizations across numerous geographic locations, such as:

  • Midwest - East North Central
  • Midwest - West North Central
  • Northeast - Middle Atlantic
  • Northeast - New England
  • South - East South Central
  • South - South Atlantic
  • South - West South Central
  • Texas
  • West - Mountain
  • West - Pacific
Are you ready to manage your pay strategies more effectively?
  • Overview
  • Product Details
  • Pricing / Buy Now
  • Survey Schedule
  • Participating Companies
  • Position List & Sample Report
  • 2019 Participation

Overview

With salary data collected for 61 positions for roles unique to the utilities sector, this survey analyzes industry segments, like:

  • Pipeline/transmission
  • Services and equipment
  • Utility
  • Other

New in 2019
This survey moved to the new Mercer Job Library in 2019. This comprehensive job catalog provides you with improved job descriptions for more accurate position matches, clearer relationships between jobs, more specializations, and much more. Read the client announcement for details on why we made this change and what it means to you or visit Mercer Job Library FAQs for more details.

Delivered in Fully Customizable Formats
Survey results are delivered in Mercer WIN®, giving you access to the data through a variety of customizable parameters — including geography, industry, company size, and more. Efficiently organize and analyze the information with Mercer WIN, which enables you to:

  • Compare job descriptions side by side.
  • Change pay elements to support the right level of analysis.
  • Perform function and career-level analysis.
  • Export your data for integration into other systems (data also available as an Excel file).
  • Run presentation-quality detailed or summary reports.

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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Product Details

Survey Stats

  • # Positions Surveyed: 61
  • # Positions Published: 8
  • # Organizations: 45
  • # Observations: 2,371

Based on data from the 2018 US MTCS | Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector - Utilities survey. Data minimum and suppression rules account for the difference between the number of positions surveyed and published.

Data Collected

  • Base Pay
  • Long-Term Incentive Data
  • Organization Data
  • Short-Term Incentive Data

Data Analyzed

Geographic Location

  • Midwest - East North Central
  • Midwest - West North Central
  • Northeast - Middle Atlantic
  • Northeast - New England
  • South - East South Central
  • South - South Atlantic
  • South - West South Central
  • Texas
  • West - Mountain
  • West - Pacific

Industry Segments

  • Pipeline/Transmission
  • Services and Equipment
  • Utility
  • Other

Pricing

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2018 US MTCS | Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector - Utilities USD 1,150 USD 3,450

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  • 2019 results are available for purchase and will be delivered upon survey release (mid-September).

Survey Schedule

  • Participation Opens: February 11
  • Participation Deadline: May 6
  • Date Effective: April 1
  • Report Available: September

Participating Companies

  • ACCIONA Energy USA, LLC
  • Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.
  • BASF Corporation
  • Calpine Corporation
  • CenterPoint Energy, Inc.
  • Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund - United States
  • Citation Oil & Gas Corp.
  • Clean Harbors, Inc.
  • Enbridge, Inc.
  • Enel Green Power North America, Inc.
  • Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
  • KAMO Electric Cooperative, Inc.
  • Key Energy Services, Inc.
  • Koch Industries, Inc. - Flint Hills Resources, LP
  • Loews Corporation - Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP
  • MDU Resources Group, Inc. - Montana Dakota Utilities
  • MDU Resources Group, Inc. - WBI Holdings
  • NAES Corporation
  • NOVA Chemicals
  • National Grid
  • New York Power Authority
  • New York Power Authority - Niagara Power Project
  • Northwest Natural Gas Company
  • OGE Energy Corp.
  • ONE Gas, Inc.
  • ONE Gas, Inc. - Kansas Gas Services Division
  • ONE Gas, Inc. - Oklahoma Natural Gas Division
  • ONE Gas, Inc. - Texas Gas Services Division
  • PDC Energy, Inc.
  • Pedernales Electric Cooperative
  • Rowan Companies, PLC
  • SCANA Corporation - SC Electric & Gas
  • Shelf Drilling US, Inc.
  • Signal Hill Petroleum, Inc.
  • Southern Company - Georgia Power
  • Southern Company - Southern Company GAS
  • Southwest Gas Holdings, Inc.
  • Spectra Energy Corp.
  • Tenaris, Inc. USA
  • Unit Corporation - Superior Pipeline Company, LLC
  • Unit Corporation - Unit Petroleum Company
  • Veolia North America
  • WGL Holdings, Inc. - Washington Gas
  • Weatherford International, LLC
  • Xcel Energy, Inc.
  • Position List & Sample Report

    Position List

    View the position list and descriptions included in this survey.

    Sample Report

    View a sample report of this survey for a glimpse at what’s included.

    2019 Participation

    2019 Survey Participation is now closed. Survey participation is open to all organizations with matching jobs and is not required to purchase results. To learn more about how you can become a participant, please contact us. As a survey participant, you do receive key benefits:

    • A discount on survey results!
    • An exclusive invitation to survey events - attend results webcasts and meetings where Mercer consultants will review the results and identify market trends and factors. You'll also be able to ask questions directly related to your organization.
    • Ensure your data is included in the market results - easily determine your market position with customized reports that compare your company data to your peers.
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    • Sub TitleManage your competitive pay strategies more effectively
    • Short DescriptionLeverage salary data for utility positions to ensure market competitiveness.