Industry Solutions - Energy/Mining

Attract and retain the top talent you need to thrive now — and in the future

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There are countless trends to consider as an HR professional in the evolving energy and mining industry. Shifting demographics, technological advancements, and tight margins all have a major impact on how to recruit and retain top talent effectively.

Are you ready to realign your compensation strategy with the current state of the industry? Mercer has a wide selection of critical survey data that encompasses hundreds of positions and dozens of countries across all sectors of the industry.

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Have confidence that you’re staying market competitive with a robust compensation strategy driven by the US Chemical Survey, featuring the most current chemical industry pay data.

Key position families include:

  • First line supervisors and managers
  • HSE/Regulatory
  • Lab
  • Maintenance
  • Process operations
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The Mercer Global Drilling Survey arms you with the data and insights you need to streamline your compensation strategy to effectively recruit and retain the talent you need—whether it’s for land, shore-based or offshore positions.

Benchmark your compensation strategy using data from more than 20 countries on:

  • Base pay
  • Company structured and discretionary allowances
  • Government mandated or negotiated allowances
  • Overtime
  • Rig type
  • Short- and long-term incentives
  • Other incentives (e.g., retention)
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Discover the key trends related to base pay, salary ranges, incentives, and much more for downstream organizations.

The US Downstream Manufacturing and Marketing Compensation Survey provides data for more than 200 of the most common jobs in the space, related to:

  • Engineering
  • Marketing operations
  • Refining
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Mining workers cannot do their jobs without access to the right tools—HR professionals are no different. In order to be competitive in attracting and retaining high-caliber talent, you need access to data that allows you to develop the right strategy for pay, differentials, and incentives.

The North America Mining Industry Survey Suite equips you with the data and insights you need to perform with maximum efficiency.

Benchmark your talent strategy against a wide range of data points, such as:

  • Base salary
  • Compensation policies and practices
  • Long-term incentive eligibility and estimated grant values
  • Salary range
  • Short-term incentive eligibility and amounts
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Juggling talent management in the oilfield service world is no easy task. Develop a salary strategy that helps attract and retain the top talent you need.

The Mercer Oilfield Services Survey (MOSS) covers 144 oilfield services positions which allows you to see how your organization’s salary strategy compares to the market. Key positions include:

  • Wireline
  • Pumping
  • Completion services and more
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Build a future-ready compensation strategy by leveraging compensation data from more than 210 organizations and over 3,500 energy positions.

The MTCS | Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector allows you to analyze base pay, short- and long-term incentive data, and other organizational data from across the country. Streamline your compensation planning with valuable insights that give your organization a competitive advantage.

Salary survey modules include:

  • Benefits
  • Cross segment
  • Downstream and oilfield services
  • Energy trading
  • Field and hourly
  • General benchmark
  • Policy
  • Upstream and midstream
  • Utilities
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