Reward managers are highly valued
A new salary survey by Employee Benefits magazine shows compensation and benefits experience is highly valued in HR departments, with salary levels for this group higher than those for generalist HR practitioners. “This can be attributed to factors such as the complexity of reward and acknowledgement of the function’s business role,” says Debbie Lovewell, the author of the report.
What you will find in this report
The results of Employee Benefits' Salary Survey 2009 highlight what respondents, who are responsible for managing reward in their own organisation, receive in the way of:
salary and bonuses
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Title: “Significant salary differences still exist between the sexes in benefits roles”, by Debbie Lovewell, Employee Benefits, November 2009.
Survey sample: Employee Benefits surveyed 621 people responsible for managing benefits in UK organisations. Almost 60% were from firms with more than 1,000 staff and 83% were from the private sector.
Availability: You can read the full report of Employee Benefits' Salary Survey in the November 2009 issue of Employee Benefits magazine. A summary is available at www.employeebenefits.co.uk/item/9586/23/5/3.
Employee Benefits magazine is published monthly. It was launched in February 1997 as the “first UK magazine to help companies align their benefits strategy with their corporate objectives”. To subscribe click here.