Compensation Practices Survey for Interns and Trainees - Mexico

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Compensation Practices Survey for Interns and Trainees - Mexico SKU_8914

The Compensation Practices Survey for Interns and Trainees in Mexico supports your company strategy towards the retention and attraction of junior talents by providing you compensation, program structure data and required professional profile.

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  • Content
  • Survey Schedule
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Compensation Practices Survey for Interns and Trainees - Mexico

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Advantages

Competitiveness: get to know how your company is positioned in the market
Design your program: get to know what opportunities the market is offering
Discover who they are: get to know the profile of the professionals hired

Methodology

Quantitative and qualitative survey covering the following points:

  • Program characteristics (type and terms of contract, hiring possibilities)
  • Fixed compensation: values granted (interns) and base salary data (trainees)
  • Concession of main benefits for these specific positions. Concession of variable payments (bonus/ profit sharing)
  • Hired profile (age, second language, most sought colleges).
  • Salary increases predicted for the following year

Content

General:

  • Number of hired employees
  • Duration of the program
  • Implementation Frequency
  • Hiring mode
  • Effectuation-> Level to incorporate
  • Required languages
  • Duration of the program
  • Requested Careers
  • Location of the program
  • Challenges / difficulties of each program
Internship Program:
  • Universities
  • Workload
  • Required Education Level
  • Minimum percentage of approved materials
  • Assignment stimulus
  • Short-term incentives
  • Benefits vs. cash employee
Young Professionals Program
  • Universities with agreement
  • Gross monthly remuneration by area
  • Previous experience required
  • Education Required
  • Age limit
  • Short-term incentives
  • Benefits vs. cash employee
  • Performance

Survey Schedule

  • Participation deadline: May 31, 2018
  • Data collection: April – May 2018
  • Results delivery: July 2018

Results available in Spanish in PDF format.

Contacts

Norma Del Rivero
+52 55 9628 7386 | Conmutador +52 55 9628 7300
norma.del.rivero@mercer.com

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