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Critical compensation data for the recovery

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We’re all going through a difficult and uncertain time. In some ways, life seems like an obstacle course. There are many immediate challenges and our priorities have been completely shaken up. However, the coming months will likely see a gradual economic recovery and you need to be already preparing for it.

Just a few weeks ago, we were talking about a labour shortage. Even though it seems far away, a labour shortage could quickly come back to haunt you once the recovery gets underway. That is a good reason to make sure your total compensation offering is competitive, as it will help you retain your existing employees and attract new ones.

Now is the time to join some 600 other companies who are taking part in our compensation surveys across the country. Our eight surveys cover more than 1,250 benchmark positions.

  • Technical
  • Professional & Administrative
  • Supply Chain & Manufacturing
  • Contact Centre
  • Executive/Directors
  • Mining
  • Construction
  • Specialized Sectors (CannaBusiness, Geomatics, Architecture and Design, Small Business)

In addition to covering all aspects of cash compensation, including salary, bonus/premiums/commissions and long-term incentive programs, our compensation surveys look at a whole set of other working conditions, such as retirement, group benefits, work schedules, telework, vacations, sick days, stand-by/call-back premiums, company car policies, discretionary expense accounts, employee wellness and much more!

When you participate in our surveys, you gain access to a wealth of information that you can use to define a total rewards strategy that makes you stand out from your competitors!

Important dates

April By May 28 By June 30 September - October
Start participating 20% discount for early participation Final participation deadline Receive survey results