Collective Bargaining Report – Colombia


Collective Bargaining Report – Colombia SKU_9052

In a changing world, where quick decisions must be made that will impact the business in the short and long term, it is necessary to have reliable information that contributes to the decision making in the companies.

With the objective of providing relevant data on remuneration, benefits, assistance and policies defined for positions covered by collective agreements or conventions, Mercer and López & Asociados developed the Collective Negotiation Study in Colombia.

 

  • OVERVIEW
  • PRICING

OVERVIEW

Content

1. General information of the companies
  • Geographical distribution, economic activity, company size
  • Types of agreements, validity, rate of unionization
2. Normative aspects
  • Disciplinary processes
  • Special committees
  • Guarantees
3. Extralegal benefits
  • Extralegal bonuses
  • Help
  • Loans
4. Salary aspects
  • Increments
  • Salaries by category*
  • Only applies for Oil, Mining and Manufacturing

Coverage

The information of the study comes from 25 collective agreements, analyzing the economic activities of the manufacturing industry, oil and mining, and financial sector. In turn, these activities are subdivided into 3 subsectors.

What will you receive?

The report is delivered in PDF format.
The report is available in Spanish.

Contacts

Martha Sanabria
martha.sanabria@mercer.com
Tel: 313 4339710

Catalina Reina
catalina.reina@mercer.com
Tel: 313 4424278

PRICING

Reporte type Price
Subsector report COP$ 13MM
Sector report COP$ 10MM
General report COP$ 8MM
Custom report with specific companies COP$ 15MM

By acquiring the information of the subsector, you can obtain information on the sector or the general market by 30% of the value (each).

Acquiring the report of the sector, you can obtain the information of the general market for 50% of its value.
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  • Short DescriptionProvides relevant data on remuneration, benefits, assistance and policies defining positions covered by collective agreements.
  • RegionUS