BC Management's BCM Compensation Data Findings (Canada)
(Data collected between July– December 2012)
Positive Indicators Highlighted in 2012 Study Findings....
The findings from BC Management’s 11th Annual BCM study highlighted several indicators that the economic environment continues to improve and is almost to the levels of pre-recession years. One, there are fewer respondents who noted a total compensation decrease (14% in 2012 compared to 36% in 2011). Secondly, those who changed jobs willingly noted an average total compensation percent increase of 4%. Thirdly, the data findings indicated that total compensations are on the rise based on job title, certification, degree, years of experience, management experience and leadership experience. These data findings are highlighted throughout the report. The 2012 study findings also reported the highest average total compensation ever collected for Canada (reporting since 2006), which was $99,183 CAD for full-time employees (FTE).
Again, this report focuses on 2011 and 2012compensations for full-time, permanent employees based in the Canada.
All data throughout this report is noted in Canadian Dollars (CAD). The data throughout this final report was collected between July thru December 2012.
Interesting Findings include....
- 67.5% of study respondents noted an increase in their total compensation.
- 4.9% accepted a new position with another company for an average total compensation increase of 5.0%.
- Entry-level/ Analyst study respondents noted an average total compensation of $53,972 CAD, while Global Managers noted a maximum total compensation of $170,000 CAD.
- 79% of Manager, Assistant Vice President/ Program Manager study respondents noted a compensation increase.
- 75% of study respondents noted 1-6 years of Pandemic Planning experience.
- 17.7% of study respondents do not hold any certifications.
- 46.4% of study respondents who are certified have obtained the ABCP certification.
- 72.0% of study respondents have obtained a Bachelor, Masters or Doctorate degree.
Read an excerpt of the 50+ page Comprehensive BCM Canada Compensation report. The comprehensive report (50+ pages) was distributed as a complimentary report to those professionals who completed BC Management’s 11th Annual BCM Study. Haven't received your report? Contact BC Management.
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