Compensation Planning Outlook 2013: Mid-Year Pulse Check

The Conference Board of Canada, 5 pages, February 11, 2013
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The Canadian economy is showing signs of stability, but the economic recovery continues to lag expectations across the country. The Conference Board of Canada conducted a Compensation Planning Outlook 2013 Mid-Year Pulse Check survey in December 2012. The year 2013 brings some stability in salary planning, which is reflected in the data provided by respondents to the December survey. For non-unionized employees, planned average salary increases remain steady at 3.0 per cent, exactly in line with summer projections.

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The Mid-Year Pulse Check survey was sent out in December 2012 to all 401 organizations that responded to the Conference Board’s Compensation Planning Outlook 2013 survey (conducted over the summer of 2012). A total of 237 organizations replied to the mid-year survey, representing a response rate of 59 per cent. Planned average salary increases for non-unionized employees remain steady at 3.0 per cent, exactly in line with summer projections The Compensation Planning Mid-Year Pulse Check provides updated projected salary information by sector, industry, and region.

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