What are the latest trends in compensation philosophy?

    Jul 20, 2022 @ 06:40 PM / by Andrea Downing

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    The results are in! AIRINC's Compensation Trends Pulse Survey is now available.

    Compensation approaches are becoming more dynamic than ever given the expansion of remote work, emergence of global roles, talent shortages, and more. This complexity is creating unprecedented challenges in how companies are determining competitive compensation packages to attract and retain the best employees.

    In the face of current economic factors, one-quarter of organizations are planning to change their overall compensation philosophy – with another 20% on top of that potentially considering change.

    The top three reasons cited for change are:

    • talent shortages,
    • remote work, and
    • inflation.

    Click here to download the complete report.

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    If you have any questions or wish to discuss the results, please don't hesitate to contact us.

    Download Now!

    Why not attend our webinar on July 28 where we'll be referencing some of the results?

    • Webinar: Addressing Inflation, Remote Work and Global Pay Equity in Compensation Levels
    • July 28 at 10am Boston, 3pm UK, 4pm Brussels
    • 45 minutes
    • Register now!

     

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    Andrea Downing

    Written by Andrea Downing

    Andrea joined AIRINC in 2014 as a Client Solutions Executive with over fifteen years’ experience in global mobility with expatriate data consultancies. Andrea is the first point of contact for clients within the EMEA region that are managing their first international assignments; she also develops relationships with partner companies in EMEA. Andrea’s experience ranges from conducting pricing surveys to managing consulting projects, providing a full understanding of all the issues clients face with cross-border moves. Andrea has a BSc (Hons) Degree in Biological Sciences from Middlesex University.