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2024 Compensation Planning with Luc Lapalme | E111

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Jason talks to Luc Lapalme, Senior Principal at Mercer. It is a very large consulting company that consults on various aspects of business. Today he will be discussing about their compensation planning survey, and this is a survey about employers and what they are looking to accomplish or what they are looking to do when it comes to salaries for staff in the coming year.


Episode Highlights:

  • 01.15: Luc explains that he specializes in compensation management and advises clients on various aspects of compensation programs, including salary structures and incentive design for both executives and salaried employees.
  • 04.30: Jason mentions that in recent years, there has been a realization among many that simply matching salary increases to inflation may not be sufficient, especially when inflation rates are high.
  • 10.03: Luc mentions that organizations are increasingly providing off-cycle adjustments to their employees, which are not officially included in the budget forecasts. These off-cycle adjustments are often provided to employees at higher risk or those due for promotions.
  • 12.06: Luc notes that certain organizations are targeting the 75th percentile of the market to ensure they are highly competitive with specific roles. This highlights the efforts being made by organizations to attract and retain talent in a rapidly evolving work environment.
  • 21.48: By focusing on employee engagement and the employee experience, HR managers can enhance job satisfaction and retention, even in situations with tighter budgets, says Luc.

3 Key Points:

  1. Luc highlights the impact of the great resignation during the pandemic, which led to increased employee turnover and job changes. However, he notes that attrition rates have decreased, with one study showing a drop from 21% to 18%, indicating more stable employment.
  2. Luc provides an example of how changes in minimum wage, such as the increase in Ontario's minimum wage, can create ripple effects and competitive pressures in the labour market for more competitive pay.
  3. Jason shares an example from the accounting field in the US, where large accounting firms in cities like New York and Washington, DC, began recruiting talent from across the country. This resulted in some smaller to mid-sized cities experiencing reduced operations or becoming less attractive for talent acquisition due to the significantly higher salaries offered in larger cities.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “The Compensation survey is conducted annually to gather information from participating organizations. Its primary purpose is to understand the organizations' intentions regarding salary adjustments, particularly for the year 2024” - Luc.
  • “The differing salary forecasts between Canada and the United States can be attributed to various socioeconomic factors.” - Luc
  • “While organizations are becoming more transparent about salary bands, they are generally not disclosing specific employee salary details or bonus information due to privacy concerns.” - Luc

Resources Mentioned:


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Manage episode 379565519 series 3240624
Sisällön tarjoaa Jason Pereira. Jason Pereira tai sen podcast-alustan kumppani lataa ja toimittaa kaiken podcast-sisällön, mukaan lukien jaksot, grafiikat ja podcast-kuvaukset. Jos uskot jonkun käyttävän tekijänoikeudella suojattua teostasi ilman lupaasi, voit seurata tässä https://fi.player.fm/legal kuvattua prosessia.

Jason talks to Luc Lapalme, Senior Principal at Mercer. It is a very large consulting company that consults on various aspects of business. Today he will be discussing about their compensation planning survey, and this is a survey about employers and what they are looking to accomplish or what they are looking to do when it comes to salaries for staff in the coming year.


Episode Highlights:

  • 01.15: Luc explains that he specializes in compensation management and advises clients on various aspects of compensation programs, including salary structures and incentive design for both executives and salaried employees.
  • 04.30: Jason mentions that in recent years, there has been a realization among many that simply matching salary increases to inflation may not be sufficient, especially when inflation rates are high.
  • 10.03: Luc mentions that organizations are increasingly providing off-cycle adjustments to their employees, which are not officially included in the budget forecasts. These off-cycle adjustments are often provided to employees at higher risk or those due for promotions.
  • 12.06: Luc notes that certain organizations are targeting the 75th percentile of the market to ensure they are highly competitive with specific roles. This highlights the efforts being made by organizations to attract and retain talent in a rapidly evolving work environment.
  • 21.48: By focusing on employee engagement and the employee experience, HR managers can enhance job satisfaction and retention, even in situations with tighter budgets, says Luc.

3 Key Points:

  1. Luc highlights the impact of the great resignation during the pandemic, which led to increased employee turnover and job changes. However, he notes that attrition rates have decreased, with one study showing a drop from 21% to 18%, indicating more stable employment.
  2. Luc provides an example of how changes in minimum wage, such as the increase in Ontario's minimum wage, can create ripple effects and competitive pressures in the labour market for more competitive pay.
  3. Jason shares an example from the accounting field in the US, where large accounting firms in cities like New York and Washington, DC, began recruiting talent from across the country. This resulted in some smaller to mid-sized cities experiencing reduced operations or becoming less attractive for talent acquisition due to the significantly higher salaries offered in larger cities.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • “The Compensation survey is conducted annually to gather information from participating organizations. Its primary purpose is to understand the organizations' intentions regarding salary adjustments, particularly for the year 2024” - Luc.
  • “The differing salary forecasts between Canada and the United States can be attributed to various socioeconomic factors.” - Luc
  • “While organizations are becoming more transparent about salary bands, they are generally not disclosing specific employee salary details or bonus information due to privacy concerns.” - Luc

Resources Mentioned:


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  continue reading

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