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According to Mercer’s September 2020 Energy Spot Poll, 70% of energy companies are considering implementing flexible work at a greater scale than before the pandemic, with the main reason being employee attraction and retention.
Having key insights into how your competitors are adjusting their policies around flexible work, long-term incentives, and other areas is a key input to adjusting your organization’s policies with confidence.
Compare your policies against those of your competitors with the Policy module of the
US MTCS | Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector
. Influence your organization’s policies with robust data on long-term incentives, compensation and staffing practices, as well as training and development. Compare your talent strategy across industry segments, such as:
March – May
Data effective: April 1
2020 Results Available
Based on data from the 2020 US MTCS | Mercer Total Compensation Survey for the Energy Sector - Policy survey.
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Energy compensation data across 10 modules.
Current & projected data on pay increases, structure adjustments, and more.
Actual and projected pay increase data at the city and national levels.
Insights into competitive & inclusive employee benefits.
Access to hourly rates, STI, and total cash across multiple industries.