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Compensation Planning Outlook 2018: Regional Snapshot—Ontario

The Conference Board of Canada, 7 pages, December 22, 2017
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According to the Compensation Planning Outlook 2018 survey, the average pay increase for non-unionized employees in Ontario is projected to be 2.5 per cent in 2018—half a point higher than that for unionized employees.

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Ontario’s private sector organizations anticipate salary increases of 2.5 per cent in 2017, while the public sector’s projected increase is 2.3 per cent. Non-unionized workers can look forward to a 2.5 per cent hike, compared with a 2.0 per cent gain for unionized employees.

In 2017, 83 per cent of Ontario workers received a pay increase, while the voluntary turnover rate was 6.8 per cent.

In 2018, Ontario organizations plan to spend 10.6 per cent as a percentage of base pay on short-term incentive pay, compared with 10.7 per cent at the national level.

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