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As Mexico is a country with a large infrastructure and where unionized personnel are very present in the current agenda of the new sexennium, Mercer published the Blue Collar Total Remuneration Survey (Unionized staff).
This study not only offers compensation and benefits information for unionized personnel; but it is also a source of specific information for this segment of the population, such as: trends and indicators of personnel, union status and flexibility of operation and quantification of total cost.
The study is structured as follows:
- General information of the participating companies
- Compensation policies and practices report
- Detailed report by position
- Comparative diagnosis of the individual market
All reports are shown according to the following market cuts:
- Geographic region
- Trade union center
- Contract's age
- Company size
More than 200 positions analyzed by:
- Base salary
- Guaranteed payments
- Variable incentives
The results are delivered through a consultation platform that allows searching through the aforementioned and export in PDF and XLS.
A general review of typical salary practices and pay mix, employment trends and other economic indicators related to the management of blue collar (unionized) personnel.
Benefits and prevalence summary
A summary of the remuneration policies of organizations, including the mix of compensation by career level, short and long-term incentive practices, prevalence of benefits, and salary increases, among others.
Real market data
Detailed market analysis of individual positions within working families, helping to determine which positions and families are paid above and below the levels of the general market.
Personalized statistics adapted to your needs based on market cuts, by industry, locality, trade union center, contract age or company size.
Subscription to the Labor Trend Quarterly Report (Trade unions)
This report brings together the most relevant labor issues and indicators of each quarter:
- Exchange rate
Closing of contractual negotiations:
- Salary increases
- Increases to benefits
Labor and union news
Data effectiveness: March 2022
Deadline for participation: April 2022
Publication date: July 2022
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