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Pretium Pay & Performance Survey
The encouraging financial results in 2020 have inevitably increased pay expectations in the financial services industry. With some businesses outperform their peers both internally and externally, how to strengthen pay differentiation across business divisions? Pretium’s Pay & Performance Survey benchmarks business performance and pay to increase alignment.
Pretium Staff Ratios and Manpower Budgeting Survey
This survey will provide headcount numbers, staff mix ratios and manpower planning trends to help companies justify manpower investment.
Pretium Year-end Rewards & HR Trends Survey & Webinar
The survey findings will facilitate compensation and human resources planning for the year-end and beyond by sharing emerging reward and HR trends.
Pretium Benefits & Employment Conditions Study
The Pretium Benefits & Employment Conditions Survey will provide the latest market data on employee benefit practices and emerging benefits trends to facilitate benefits review and other HR decisions.
Impact of COVID-19 and HR Action Survey
As the number of COVID-19 confirmed cases breaks 4.2 million, countries around the world are on different levels of lockdown. Many businesses have formulated strategies to navigate their way through this unprecedented crisis. Our survey shows that over 40% of companies revised their salary review budget, with over 60% of senior executives taking a pay cut.
Pretium Compensation Level Survey
Despite the slowdown of the global economy in the past year, we have noticed sizable bonuses and pay increases across all job levels. However, a fluctuating global stock market and uncertainties caused by the coronavirus triggers the need for more vigorous pay differentiation to strengthen the alignment of pay and business performance. Pretium Compensation Level Survey provides up-to-date market data to help you review your pay competitiveness.
Pretium Incentive Practices Survey
With more widespread use of share based incentives in Greater China, incentives have become the key pivot in driving total compensation. Many companies are buying back shares and realigning incentive plans to cope with the new normal. Pretium Incentive Practices Survey focuses on the key features of different incentive plans and provides market practices to increase competitive edge.
Timely Review for Fee Level and Structure of Independent Non-Executive Directors
Independent non-executive directors (INEDs) play a crucial part in the organization, with significant responsibilities in corporate governance and business expansion. Systematic benchmarking and review of INED fees could accurately reflect the increased responsibilities of INEDs, and help companies enhance talent attraction and retention. The study provides a market benchmarking analysis on INED fees of 50 Hang Seng Index Constituents Companies.
Top Management Study
Hong Kong remains as one of the top three global financial hubs; however, pay and performance alignment among major listed companies here has been less stringent than their counterparts in London according to Pretium’s Top Management Pay Practices Study (“Pretium Study”). Enabling executive pay to fluctuate meaningfully with company performance over time is critical to long-term business success and motivating senior executives. This study provides the latest market data on top management pay to drive stronger shareholder value.