Canada MTCS: Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector

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The energy market is beginning to stabilize as we adjust to the ‘new normal’. Mercer is here to help you prepare for decisions that are both cost effective and strategically focused in this changing environment. The industry volatility over the past few years has resulted in workforce changes across most organizations and has rendered old information inadequate. To stay abreast of new market practices in compensation planning, you need current year data to assess your competitive position. Canada MTCS survey data will help you create a competitive strategy, ensuring your compensation plans and policy practices align with today’s economic reality. The MTCS survey results are available for purchase by survey participants only.

What’s New in 2017

  • Improved coverage of field and hourly pay elements.
  • Revamped IT positions.
  • Data collection on over 30 new jobs including supply chain, logistics, government relations, risk and compliance and more!
  • New Policy questions on adoption / maternity / paternity and parental care.

Receive ALL three core modules AND one additional choice module for your participation fee. Plus, you can add on additional choice or optional modules if you wish.

Core Modules + Choice Optional
 
 
 
   

Each participant is eligible to take part in the MTCS Fall Survey Update. This October update assists participants with their compensation planning for the following year. All participants of the Fall Survey Update receive a complimentary copy of the results.

The MTCS is available for purchase by participants only.

Results will now be delivered in the MercerWIN® online platform, providing you with a single-point of access for your analytics and data results.

View our US MTCS: Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector

 

Survey Stats

  • # Positions: 656

  • # Organizations: 252

  • # Incumbents: 125,942


Modules

Core Modules*

General Benchmark
Shared-services functions are included in this module such as HR, accounting and IT, as well as other general industry benchmarks in administration, procurement/purchasing and finance.

Cross-segment
This module includes core jobs in upstream, midstream, downstream and utilities environments such as engineers, joint ventures representatives, geologists and geophysicists, health, safety, and environmental positions and technician/technologist roles.

Policy
Each participant receives a detailed corporate policy report, which summarizes the key policies of our participants in such areas as compensation plans, long-term incentive solutions, staffing practices, training and development and more.

Choice Modules

Upstream/Midstream
Includes the exploration, production, and transportation of oil & gas materials prior to the refining process. Functional executive, managerial and professional roles, as well as managerial roles in a "field" environment are included. Examples of jobs in this module include top land executives, exploration and production executives and managers.

Downstream and Oilfield Services
Includes professional, managerial and executive roles specific to the downstream sector, and oilfield services. It also covers the technical and non-technical sales roles that are common to both segments. Examples of jobs in this module include refinery managers and executives, product plus category managers, and field service supervisors.

Utilities
This module includes roles unique to the utilities sector, including utility specific executive roles and transmission and distribution roles on the ground. Examples of positions in this module are utilities executives, rate analysts, service dispatchers, and energy programs representatives.

Optional Modules

Field/Hourly Module Includes compensation data for non-managerial positions in non-corporate/office environments such as oil fields, plants, refineries, terminals, or along pipelines. Examples of salary benchmarking in this module include maintenance/trade positions, plant operators, field operators, equipment operators, and laboratory/chemical technicians.

Field/Hourly Module - Full-Disclosure
Includes a fully-disclosed spreadsheet for non-managerial positions in non-corporate/office environments such as oil fields, plants, refineries, terminals, or along pipelines. Examples of salary benchmarks in this module include maintenance/trade positions, plant operators, field operators, equipment operators, and laboratory/chemical technicians. Participation in this module is restricted to companies with field sites and who authorize full disclosure of their submission data.

Field Site Policy Module
Gain access to policy data for field employees at the site level. This report summarizes the key policies of participants in such areas as joint councils and employee associations, living and other types of allowances, overtime, breaks, change of work policies, call-out policies, shift rotations and premiums, and much more. The Field Site Policy Module contains policies for the sample as a whole, as well as "cuts" of the report for each of seven pre-defined geographic zones including the Oil Sands in and around Fort McMurray.

Mandatory Participation required in core modules

Eligible Sectors

Exploration & production

Terminal operations/storage

Off shore Platforms

Energy mining

Oil field servicing

Energy-related government entities and regulators

Midstream/pipelines

Power utilities

Downstream

Gas utilities

Upgraders

Engineering, Procurement, and Construction

Refineries

Integrated oil and gas

 


The 2017 MTCS results will be delivered via MercerWIN®.

Pricing Options

Participant

Core Modules (General benchmark, cross-segment, and policy plus your choice of one of the sub-segment modules: upstream/midstream, downstream and oilfield services or utilities) – One user license for MercerWIN included

$7,000 CAD

Additional modules

$1,700 CAD each

Additional core user license for MercerWIN (General benchmark, cross-segment, and policy plus your choice of one of the sub-segment modules: upstream/midstream, downstream and oilfield services or utilities)

$220 CAD each

User license per additional modules

$220 CAD each

Customized groups (by company name)

$600 per group

Printed Binders – Core Modules (General benchmark, cross-segment, and policy plus your choice of one of the subsegment modules: upstream/midstream, downstream and oilfield services or utilities)

$1,000 CAD

Printed Binders – Additional copies

$400 CAD per module



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