PayWell Salary and Benefits Survey

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A good compensation system is essential for an effective motivation of employees at workplace and for making the company attractive to potential employees. The PayWell Salary and Benefits Survey Report is a tool created to help HR professionals and decision-makers in companies to develop competitive HR policies that will attract, motivate and retain talent and support the business strategy.

PayWell Salary and Benefits Survey Report provides specific information relating to the following three key areas:

  • Salary ranges for general and specific jobs for the whole market and each sector separately;
  • Compensation policies;
  • Benefits policies.

How can you use PayWell?

PayWell Survey Report is helpful in the process of reviewing the company’s remuneration strategy, preparing the budget, calculating staff costs, setting-up the salary structure and salary levels, identifying in-kind incentives, finding solutions for tax optimization or investigating a relationship between remuneration and employee performance. It is an important tool that helps companies wishing to recruit, retain and motivate high-quality staff.

The PayWell Survey Report allows the comparison of salaries across sectors and job positions. It is an excellent tool to help you to create a successful remuneration strategy.

Here you can see PayWell survey Salary Report and Compensation and Benefits Report. For participation, you can Apply Here.

 

Confidentiality and security of data

All information about each participant obtained from the Survey is treated as strictly confidential.

Below you can find confidentiality rules and regulations:

  • If there are less than three companies providing data for same position, no data will be presented;
  • If there are three entries for one position (provided by three companies), average will be presented;
  • If there are four to five entries for one position (provided by three companies), average and median will be presented;
  • If there are six to seven job entries for one position (provided by three companies), lower and upper quartiles, mean and median will be presented;
  • If there are more than seven entries (provided by three companies), 10 and 90 percentiles, lower and upper quartiles, mean and median will be presented.

Each questionnaire for data input will be protected with a code. Remuneration data will relate to coded benchmark job titles, without any mention of the jobholder’s name.

The received data will be statistically analyzed and presented in the report as a summary. Confidentiality rules will ensure that no individual data will be visible in the report.