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Mercer’s Executive Remuneration Survey is a study that provides market compensation data to a select group of leading companies in the Latin-America region. The objective of this survey is to establish a comprehensive database in the region for high-level positions, allowing HR professionals to make informed decisions in the administration of executive remuneration, based on performance and the philosophy of the organization.
- Scope — The survey covers executive positions and provides results by position, by IPE and by core job.
- Accurate — Our market sample is carefully selected and monitored to make sure we are comparing companies with similar characteristics and operations, and with a few executive levels (multinationals and local companies). A special catalogue is designed for executive jobs and is discussed in face to face meetings, guaranteeing the information is relevant for the target.
- Expertise — Mercer’s consultants, experts in executive compensation matters. They will work with your organization to collect the data and propose the best way to analyze it, according to your specific needs.
- Knowledge — The sample is defined by carefully selecting companies that are a market reference and have comparable structures, both national and multinational companies. The catalogue of positions was developed for executives ensuring it contains relevant information for companies operating in the markets.
Access also includes:
- A special catalogue designed specifically for the executive job structures.
- A selected participating list, with an entry requirement based on sales ($). Sales ranking ad-hoc per country. Panel selected from companies with minimum sales criteria, which varies for each country.
- Sufficient relevant information per job title is guaranteed.
- Key components of top executives’ compensation, such as short and long term incentives (provided using Mercer methodology).
- Qualitative report on top executives’ performance bonus practices, long term incentives and benefits.
The research covers all aspects of remuneration for positions in the leadership level of the organization (CEO levels, general manager, vice president and directors).
The survey provides market data including cash compensation, long-term incentives and a qualitative analysis of benefits for five Latin American countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.
To view participation criteria, please check here.
Results are delivered via Mercer WIN®, interactive tool that allows access to the survey results
Quantitative results report by job type, by IPE and by Core Job.
Qualitative practices report, which includes:
- Design factors for the short and long term variable compensation Qualitative information on benefits
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