Mon | 24.07.2017
Recruitment & Training
Each year when autumn is dawning, one of the most challenging tasks for HR managers arises: salary negotiations. For this upcoming task we are conducting our annual Kienbaum Salary Forecast and we would like to invite you as expert to participate in our study for 2018.
With this annual forecast, we want to inform you about current trends in wage developments in your country and beyond. Moreover, you can use the salary data, ranging for C-Level functions to Top, Middle and Lower Management functions plus Specialists and Skilled Workers for your own company’s purpose.
In our current study we are including 36 countries throughout Europe, the US, and selected Southern American and Asian countries. In this year’s focus-section we want to shed light on a modern “Performance Management in the era of NewWork”. Are new ways of work processes emerging, e.g. new ways of cooperating and performing tasks? How do you approach these topics in your organization and how is performance management changing under these circumstances?
In order to get a feeling of how salaries will develop in your country and what factors drive NewWork issues, your participation in the “Kienbaum Salary Forecast 2018” is of great value and therefore highly appreciated.
Filling out the questionnaire will take about 10-15 minutes of your precious time. We assure you that all information you provide is treated with the highest confidentiality and will not be disclosed to third parties.
To start the survey, please click the following link. The survey will be online until September, 1st.
The study will be completed by mid-September 2017 and as a participant and Kienbaum client, we will send you the results shortly afterwards via email.
Kienbaum Executive Consultants International is a company that ranks among the top names in the consulting industry in Europe. Our core competencies lie in Executive Search, Human Resource Management and Management Consulting services. In Germany, we are the market leader in the search and selection of specialist and managerial staff (Executive Search) and in HR development services, including compensation consulting (Human Resource Management).