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Title: India : Compensation Growth Outlook 2012


1
India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
2
Table of Contents
1
About Right Step
2
About India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
3
Summary Results India Compensation Growth
Outlook 2012
4
Detailed Analysis India Compensation Growth
Outlook 2012
5
Detailed Analysis Industry Wise Results
3
About Right Step
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4
About India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
  • First of its kind exhaustive survey by an Indian
    firm for Indian Industry
  • Representation from all segments of Indian
    Economy
  • Listed Companies (BSE / NSE)
  • Unlisted / Privately held entities
  • Large Enterprises
  • Emerging Enterprises
  • Subsidiaries of Foreign MNC
  • Smaller Firms (lt 50 employees)
  • Focused on compensation
  • Outlook for change in compensation hikes in 2012
    as compared to 2011
  • Structure of Compensation (Fixed Variable)
  • Expected changes in compensation across various
    management levels
  • Expected changes in compensation for different
    performance levels

5
About India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
  • Carefully selected participation by invitation
  • 2326 participants
  • Captures latest outlook from corporate sector
  • Responses collected in second fortnight of March
    after union budgets presentation
  • Timing enabled respondents to have a better
    foresight into the next years annual operating
    plan for their company and therefore the approach
    on compensation
  • Detailed Coverage Analysis
  • Segment wise - MNC Indian
  • Segment Wise - Larger Conglomerates to Smaller
    Emerging Enterprises
  • Industry wise
  • Performance Level wise (Best Performer to Weakest
    Performer)
  • Managerial Level wise (Top management to Junior
    levels)
  • Variable pay components at various managerial
    levels

6
About India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
  • Sectors Covered

Every sector had minimum of 30 participants.
Sectors like Gems Jewellary, Paper Pulp etc.
where participants were fewer, have been clubbed
together under others.
7
About India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
  • Sector Wise Participant Mix

Every sector had minimum of 30 participants.
Sectors like Gems Jewellary, Paper Pulp etc.
where participants were fewer, have been clubbed
together under others.
8
About India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
  • Sector Wise Participant Mix

Every sector had minimum of 30 participants.
Sectors like Gems Jewellary, Paper Pulp etc.
where participants were fewer, have been clubbed
together under others.
9
About India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
  • Sector Wise Mix of Participants

Every sector had minimum of 30 participants.
Sectors like Gems Jewellary, Paper Pulp etc.
where participants were fewer, have been clubbed
together under others.
10
Summary Results India Compensation Growth
Outlook 2012
11
Outlook 2012
  • Marginal drop expected in salary hikes in 2012 as
    compared to 2011
  • From 11.89 in 2011 to 11.54 in 2012

12
Outlook 2012
  • Both Manufacturing and Services expects similar
    drops in salary hikes

2011
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
13
Outlook 2012
  • Multinational companies expected to have
    marginally higher drop as compared to Indian
    companies

2011
2012
2011
2012
14
Outlook 2012 Industry Wise
  • Prominent sectors where hikes expected to be
    significantly lower than 2011
  • Telecommunication
  • Heavy Engineering / Machinery
  • Retail
  • BFSI
  • Power Energy
  • IT Software
  • FMCG / FMCD
  • Infrastructure / Construction
  • Building Material

15
Outlook 2012 Industry Wise
  • Prominent sectors where hikes expected to be
    higher as compared to 2011
  • Medical / Healthcare / Hospitals
  • Automotive
  • Pharmaceuticals

16
Outlook 2012 Industry Wise
  • Sectors where hikes expected to be above the
    average 11.54 hike for all sectors
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Automotive
  • Medical / Healthcare / Hospitals
  • Industrial Products
  • IT Software
  • Infrastructure / Construction
  • Heavy Engineering

17
Outlook 2012 Industry Wise
  • Sectors where hikes expected to be below the
    average 11.54 hike for all sectors
  • Mining
  • Facility Management / HVAC
  • Retail
  • Oil Gas
  • BFSI
  • Logistics
  • Telecom
  • Textiles / Garments / Apparel
  • ITeS / BPO / KPO

18
Outlook 2012 Increase / Decrease
  • 35 of the participating companies expected to
    give lower hike in 2012 as compared to 2011
  • 35 of the participating companies expected to
    maintain the same hike as in 2011
  • 30 of the participating companies expected to
    give higher hike in 2012 as compared to 2011

19
Outlook 2012 Size Wise
  • Lower salary hikes expected across all segments
  • Lesser drop expected in Mid Size Organizations
  • Higher drop expected in Larger organizations, as
    well as Micro SMEs

20
India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012 Detailed
Analysis
21
Outlook 2012 at Junior Management Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected across all levels of
    performances
  • Gap between Weakest and Highest Performers
    expected to reduce

22
Outlook 2012 at Middle Management Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected across all levels of
    performances
  • Gap between Weakest and Highest Performers
    expected to reduce

23
Outlook 2012 at Senior/Top Management Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected across all levels of
    performances
  • Gap between Weakest and Highest Performers
    expected to reduce

24
India Compensation Growth Outlook 2012
Detailed Industry Wise Results
25
Automotive
26
Outlook 2012 Automotive Overall
  • Expected Salary hikes in Automotive Sector better
    than average for all sectors
  • Expected salary hike in 2012 is 13.05
    significantly up as compared to 12.53 in 2011

2011
2011
2012
2012
27
Outlook 2012 Automotive Overall
  • 42 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • Another 31 of the companies are expected to
    maintain the same hike as last year
  • 27 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

28
Outlook 2012 Automotive Junior Level
  • Significantly higher salary hikes for average and
    above average performers

29
Outlook 2012 Automotive Middle Level
  • Significantly higher salary hikes for average and
    above average performers

30
Outlook 2012 Automotive Senior Level
  • Significantly higher salary hikes for average and
    above average performers

31
Automotive of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

32
Animation, Advertising, Media, Entertainment
33
Outlook 2012 Animation/Advt/Media Overall
  • Salary hikes in 2011 at 11 expected to be lower
    than 12.14 in 2011
  • Drop higher than overall industry average

2011
2012
2011
2012
34
Outlook 2012 Animation/Advt/Media Overall
  • 36 of the companies expected to give lower hikes
    as compared to last year
  • 29 of the companies are expected to give higher
    hikes as compared to last year
  • Remaining 36 of the companies are expected to
    maintain the same hike as last year

35
Outlook 2012 Animation/Advt/Media Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected across all levels of
    performances
  • Gap between Weakest and Highest Performers
    expected to reduce

36
Outlook 2012 Animation/Advt/Media Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected across all levels of
    performances
  • Gap between Weakest and Highest Performers
    expected to reduce
  • No change in salary hikes for below average
    performers

37
Outlook 2012 Animation/Advt/Media Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected across all levels of
    performances
  • Gap between Weakest and Highest Performers
    expected to reduce
  • Drop expected in salary hikes for below average
    performers

38
Animation/Advt/Media of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

39
PHARMACEUTICAL
40
Outlook 2012 Pharmaceutical Overall
  • While average salary hike across all sectors is
    expected to reduce from 11.89 in 2011 to 11.54
    in 2012, Pharmaceuticals sector employees can
    expect an average salary hike in 2012 of 13.21
    (up from 12.97 average in 2011)

2011
2012
2011
2012
41
Outlook 2012 Pharmaceutical Overall
  • 33 of the pharmaceutical companies are expected
    to give a higher hike as compared to 2011
  • Another 41 of the pharmaceutical companies are
    expected to maintain the same hike as 2011
  • 26 of the pharmaceutical companies expected to
    give a lower hike as compared to 2011

42
Outlook 2012 Pharmaceutical Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for below average
    performances
  • Higher salary hikes expected for average and
    above average performances

43
Outlook 2012 Pharmaceutical Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for below average
    performances
  • Higher salary hikes expected for average and
    above average performances

44
Outlook 2012 Pharmaceutical Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for below average
    performances
  • Higher salary hikes expected for average and
    above average performances

45
Pharmaceutical of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

46
Banking, Financial Services Insurance
47
Outlook 2012 BFSI Overall
  • Salary hikes in BFSI sector expects to drop from
    average of 11.21 in 2011 to average of 10.53 in
    2012

2011
2012
2011
2012
48
Outlook 2012 BFSI Overall
  • 40 of the companies are expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to 2011
  • 38 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as 2011
  • 23 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to last year

49
Outlook 2012 BFSI Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for below average
    performances
  • Higher salary hikes expected for average and
    above average performances

50
Outlook 2012 BFSI Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for below average
    performances
  • Higher salary hikes expected for average and
    above average performances

51
Outlook 2012 BFSI Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for below average
    performances
  • Higher salary hikes expected for average and
    above average performances

52
BFSI of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

53
Building Material - Cement / Sanitary ware /
Ceramics / Glass
54
Outlook 2012 Building Material Overall
  • Salary hikes in the sector expects to drop from
    average of 12.48 in 2011 to average of 11.76 in
    2012
  • Though a sharp drop but the expected hike in the
    sector at 11.76 would still be better than
    average expected hike of 11.58 across all
    sectors

2011
2011
2012
2012
55
Outlook 2012 Building Material Overall
  • 43 of the companies are expected to give lower
    hike as compared to last year
  • Another 43 of the companies are expected to
    maintain the same hikes as last year
  • 14 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to last year

Building Material Cement / Sanitary ware /
Ceramics / Glass
56
Outlook 2012 Building Material Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes across all levels of
    performance

Building Material Cement / Sanitary ware /
Ceramics / Glass
57
Outlook 2012 Building Material Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes across all levels of
    performance

Building Material Cement / Sanitary ware /
Ceramics / Glass
58
Outlook 2012 Building Material Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes across all levels of
    performance
  • Drop relatively higher at senior management level

Building Material Cement / Sanitary ware /
Ceramics / Glass
59
Building Material of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Marginal difference in variable compensation
    across levels

Building Material Cement / Sanitary ware /
Ceramics / Glass
60
Chemicals Chemicals / Petro-chemicals / Plastics
/ Fertilizers / Pesticides
61
Outlook 2012 Chemicals Overall
  • Salary hikes in the sector expects to drop from
    average of 11.97 in 2011 to average of 11.69 in
    2012
  • The drop is in line with fall in other sectors.

2011
2011
2012
2012
62
Outlook 2012 Chemicals Overall
  • 45 of the companies are expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to 2011
  • 34 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as 2011
  • 21 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to 2011

Chemicals - Chemicals / Petro-chemicals /
Plastics / Fertilizers / Pesticides
63
Outlook 2012 Chemicals Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances

Chemicals - Chemicals / Petro-chemicals /
Plastics / Fertilizers / Pesticides
64
Outlook 2012 Chemicals Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances

Chemicals - Chemicals / Petro-chemicals /
Plastics / Fertilizers / Pesticides
65
Outlook 2012 Chemicals Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances
  • Change expected to be lower at senior
    management level

Chemicals - Chemicals / Petro-chemicals /
Plastics / Fertilizers / Pesticides
66
Chemicals of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

Chemicals - Chemicals / Petro-chemicals /
Plastics / Fertilizers / Pesticides
67
Consulting Services
68
Outlook 2012 Consulting Services Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 11.79 in 2011 to average of 11.40 in
    2012
  • Closely mirrors the drop expected in other
    sectors

2011
2012
2011
2012
69
Outlook 2012 Consulting Services Overall
  • 36 of the companies are expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to 2011
  • 34 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as 2011
  • 30 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to 2011

70
Outlook 2012 Consulting Services Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances

71
Outlook 2012 Consulting Services Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances

72
Outlook 2012 Consulting Services Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances

73
Consulting Services of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

74
Diversified Conglomerates
75
Outlook 2012 Diversified Overall
  • Salary hikes in the sector expects to drop from
    average of 11.20 in 2011 to average of 10.82 in
    2012
  • Expected salary hikes lower than average across
    all other sectors

2011
2011
2012
2012
76
Outlook 2012 Diversified Overall
  • 47 of the companies are expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to 2011
  • 35 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as 2011
  • 18 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to 2011

77
Outlook 2012 Diversified Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances

78
Outlook 2012 Diversified Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances

79
Outlook 2012 Diversified Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected at all levels of
    performances

80
Diversified of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Marginal rise in variable pay along with level

81
Electrical Products
82
Outlook 2012 Electrical Products Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to marginally drop
    from average of 11.53 in 2011 to average of
    11.40 in 2012

2011
2011
2012
2012
83
Outlook 2012 Electrical Products Overall
  • 27 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to 2011
  • Another 33 of the companies are expected to
    maintain the same hike as 2011
  • 40 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to 2011

84
Outlook 2012 Electrical Products Junior Level
  • Marginally lower salary hikes expected at all
    levels of performances

85
Outlook 2012 Electrical Products Middle Level
  • Marginally lower salary hikes expected at all
    levels of performances

86
Outlook 2012 Electrical Products Senior Level
  • Marginally lower salary hikes expected at all
    levels of performances

87
Electrical Products of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

88
Facility / Building Management / HVAC
89
Outlook 2012 Facility/Building Management
Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to remain at
    similar level as in 2011. Marginally up from
    average of 9.91 in 2011 to average of 10 in 2012

2011
2011
2012
2012
90
Outlook 2012 Facility/Building Management
Overall
  • 64 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as compared to 2011
  • 18 of the companies are expected to give lower
    hike as compared to 2011
  • 18 of the pharmaceutical companies expected to
    give higher hike as compared to 2011

91
Outlook 2012 Facility/Building Management
Junior Level
  • Marginal or No change in salary hike expected at
    most levels of performances

92
Outlook 2012 Facility/Building Management
Middle Level
  • Marginal or No change in salary hike expected at
    most levels of performances

93
Outlook 2012 Facility/Building Management
Senior Level
  • Marginal or No change in salary hike expected at
    most levels of performances

94
Facility/Building Management of Variable
Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

95
FMCG FMCD
96
Outlook 2012 FMCG FMCD Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 12.02 in 2011 to average of 11.63 in
    2012

2011
2011
2012
2012
97
Outlook 2012 FMCG FMCD Overall
  • 23 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • 44 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 33 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

98
Outlook 2012 FMCG FMCD Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

99
Outlook 2012 FMCG FMCD Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

100
Outlook 2012 FMCG FMCD Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

101
FMCG FMCD of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Significantly high variable pay as compared to
    other sectors
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

102
Heavy Engineering Machinery
103
Outlook 2012 Heavy Engg/Machinery - Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 12.63 in 2011 to average of 11.75 in
    2012
  • Salary hikes in the sector are higher than
    average salary hikes expected across all other
    sectors

2011
2011
2012
2012
104
Outlook 2012 Heavy Engg/Machinery Overall
  • 46 of the companies are expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to 2011
  • 25 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as 2011
  • 29 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to 2011

105
Outlook 2012 Heavy Engg/Machinery Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

106
Outlook 2012 Heavy Engg/Machinery Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

107
Outlook 2012 Heavy Engg/Machinery Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance
  • Salary hikes at senior management level
    significantly lower as compared to middle /
    junior level

108
Heavy Engg/Machinery - of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

109
Hospitality Hotels / Restaurants / Travel
110
Outlook 2012 Hospitality Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 11 in 2011 to average of 10.60 in
    2012

2011
2011
2012
2012
Hospitality - Hotels / Restaurants / Travel
111
Outlook 2012 Hospitality Overall
  • 50 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 31 are expected to give lower hike as compared
    to last year
  • 19 of the companies expected to give higher hike
    as compared to last year

Hospitality - Hotels / Restaurants / Travel
112
Outlook 2012 Hospitality Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

Hospitality - Hotels / Restaurants / Travel
113
Outlook 2012 Hospitality Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

Hospitality - Hotels / Restaurants / Travel
114
Outlook 2012 Hospitality Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

Hospitality - Hotels / Restaurants / Travel
115
Hospitality of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Marginal rise in variable pay along with level

Hospitality - Hotels / Restaurants / Travel
116
Industrial Products
117
Outlook 2012 Industrial Products Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to marginally
    improve from average of 12.2 in 2011 to average
    of 12.27 in 2012
  • A large percentage (40) of companies expected to
    maintain the same hike as given last year

2012
2011
2011
2012
118
Outlook 2012 Industrial Products Overall
  • 33 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • 40 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 27 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

119
Outlook 2012 Industrial Products Junior Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for
    most levels of performance

120
Outlook 2012 Industrial Products Middle Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for
    most levels of performance

121
Outlook 2012 Industrial Products Senior Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for
    most levels of performance

122
Industrial Products of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Steep rise in variable pay along with level

123
Infrastructure / Construction / Real Estate
124
Outlook 2012 Infra /Const / Real Estate
Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 12.41 in 2011 to average of 11.97 in
    2012
  • Despite the drop, the expected salary hikes in
    2012 to be better as compared to average for
    other sectors

2011
2011
2012
2012
125
Outlook 2012 Infra /Const / Real Estate
Overall
  • 41 of the companies are expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to 2011
  • 28 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as 2011
  • 31 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to 2011

126
Outlook 2012 Infra /Const / Real Estate Junior
Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

127
Outlook 2012 Infra /Const / Real Estate
Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

128
Outlook 2012 Infra /Const / Real Estate
Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

129
Infra /Const / Real Estate of Variable
Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Marginal rise in variable pay along with level

130
ITES / BPO / KPO
131
Outlook 2012 ITES / BPO / KPO Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to marginally drop
    from average of 11.05 in 2011 to average of
    10.88 in 2012
  • Expected salary hikes significantly lower as
    compared to other sectors

2011
2011
2012
2012
132
Outlook 2012 ITES / BPO / KPO Overall
  • 28 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • 40 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 33 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

133
Outlook 2012 ITES / BPO / KPO Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

134
Outlook 2012 ITES / BPO / KPO Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

135
Outlook 2012 ITES / BPO / KPO Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

136
ITES / BPO / KPO of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

137
IT-Software / Software Services
138
Outlook 2012 IT-Software/Software Services
Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 12.49 in 2011 to average of 12.04 in
    2012
  • Despite the drop, sector expects a salary hike
    which is significantly higher than other sectors
    in economy

2011
2011
2012
2012
139
Outlook 2012 IT-Software/Software Services
Overall
  • 34 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • 27 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 38 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

140
Outlook 2012 IT-Software/Software Services
Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

141
Outlook 2012 IT-Software/Software Services
Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

142
Outlook 2012 IT-Software/Software Services
Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

143
IT-Software/Software Services - of Variable
Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Significant rise in variable pay along with
    level

144
IT-Hardware Office Automation
145
Outlook 2012 IT-Hardware Office Auto
Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 11.40 in 2011 to average of 11 in
    2012

2011
2011
2012
2012
146
Outlook 2012 IT-Hardware Office Auto Overall
  • 25 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • 40 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 35 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

147
Outlook 2012 IT-Hardware Office Auto Junior
Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

148
Outlook 2012 IT-Hardware Office Auto Middle
Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

149
Outlook 2012 IT-Hardware Office Auto Senior
Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

150
IT-Hardware Office Auto of Variable
Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Significantly high of compensation is variable
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Significant rise in variable pay along with
    level

151
Logistics
152
Outlook 2012 Logistics Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to marginally
    improve from average of 10.67 in 2011 to average
    of 10.75 in 2012
  • Large percentage (48) of companies expects to
    maintain the same average salary hike as given in
    2011
  • Expected salary hikes significantly lower as
    compared to the average for the other sectors

2012
2011
2011
2012
153
Outlook 2012 Logistics Overall
  • 28 of the companies are expected to give higher
    hike as compared to last year
  • 48 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 24 of the companies expected to give lower hike
    as compared to last year

154
Outlook 2012 Logistics Junior Level
  • Marginal change in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

155
Outlook 2012 Logistics Middle Level
  • Marginal change in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

156
Outlook 2012 Logistics Senior Level
  • Marginal change in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

157
Logistics of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

158
Healthcare/Hospitals/Medical
159
Outlook 2012 Healthcare Overall
  • Sector showing an opposite trend as compared to
    other sectors
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to increase from
    average of 11.16 in 2011 to average of 12.58 in
    2012 (as compared to average for all other
    sectors which is expected to drop from 11.92 to
    11.58)

2011
2011
2012
2012
Healthcare/Hospitals/Medical
160
Outlook 2012 Healthcare Overall
  • 53 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to 2011
  • 32 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as 2011
  • Only 16 of the companies expected to give a
    lower hike as compared to 2011

Healthcare/Hospitals/Medical
161
Outlook 2012 Healthcare Junior Level
  • Higher salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance
  • Significantly higher hikes for Top 2 levels of
    performance

Healthcare/Hospitals/Medical
162
Outlook 2012 Healthcare Middle Level
  • Higher salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance
  • Significantly higher hikes for Top 2 levels of
    performance

Healthcare/Hospitals/Medical
163
Outlook 2012 Healthcare Senior Level
  • Higher salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance
  • Significantly higher hikes for Top 2 levels of
    performance

Healthcare/Hospitals/Medical
164
Healthcare of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

Healthcare/Hospitals/Medical
165
Mining
166
Outlook 2012 Mining Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 8.63 in 2011 to average of 8.25 in
    2012
  • Expected salary hikes in sector are significantly
    below other sectors

2011
2012
2011
2012
167
Outlook 2012 Mining Overall
  • 63 of the companies are expected to maintain
    same average hike as in 2011
  • 25 of the companies are expected give lower hike
    as compared to 2011
  • 13 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to 2011

168
Outlook 2012 Mining Junior Level
  • Marginally lower salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

169
Outlook 2012 Mining Middle Level
  • Marginally lower salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

170
Outlook 2012 Mining Senior Level
  • Marginally lower salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

171
Mining of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

172
Oil Gas
173
Outlook 2012 Oil Gas Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to marginally
    improve from average of 10.71 in 2011 to average
    of 10.77 in 2012
  • 48 of companies expected to maintain the same
    level of hike as 2011

2011
2011
2012
2012
174
Outlook 2012 Oil Gas Overall
  • 26 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to 2011
  • 48 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as 2011
  • 26 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to 2011

175
Outlook 2012 Oil Gas Junior Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

176
Outlook 2012 Oil Gas Middle Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

177
Outlook 2012 Oil Gas Senior Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

178
Oil Gas of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

179
Power and Energy
180
Outlook 2012 Power Energy Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 12.00 in 2011 to average of 11.42 in
    2012

2011
2011
2012
2012
181
Outlook 2012 Power Energy Overall
  • 23 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • 40 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 37 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

182
Outlook 2012 Power Energy Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

183
Outlook 2012 Power Energy Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

184
Outlook 2012 Power Energy Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

185
Power Energy of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

186
Retail
187
Outlook 2012 Retail Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 11.25 in 2011 to average of 10.38 in
    2012
  • Expected drop in salary hike higher as compared
    to other sectors

2011
2011
2012
2012
188
Outlook 2012 Retail Overall
  • 19 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • 31 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 50 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

189
Outlook 2012 Retail Junior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

190
Outlook 2012 Retail Middle Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

191
Outlook 2012 Retail Senior Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

192
Retail of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

193
Steel Basic Metals
194
Outlook 2012 Steel Basic Metals Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop from
    average of 11.00 in 2011 to average of 10.70 in
    2012

2011
2011
2012
2012
195
Outlook 2012 Steel Basic Metals Overall
  • 35 of the companies are expected to give lower
    hike as compared to last year
  • 40 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 25 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to last year

196
Outlook 2012 Steel Basic Metals Junior
Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

197
Outlook 2012 Steel Basic Metals Middle
Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

198
Outlook 2012 Steel Basic Metals Senior
Level
  • Lower salary hikes expected for all levels of
    performance

199
Steel Basic Metals of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

200
Telecommunications
201
Outlook 2012 Telecommunication Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to drop
    significantly from average of 11.82 in 2011 to
    average of 10.16 in 2012
  • Drop in expected salary hikes much higher as
    compared to other sectors

2011
2011
2012
2012
202
Outlook 2012 Telecommunication Overall
  • 58 of the companies are expected to give lower
    hike as compared to 2011
  • 22 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 20 of the companies expected to give a higher
    hike as compared to last year

203
Outlook 2012 Telecommunication Junior Level
  • Significantly lower salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance
  • Meager salary hikes for bottom 2 levels of
    performance

204
Outlook 2012 Telecommunication Middle Level
  • Significantly lower salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance
  • Meager salary hikes for bottom 2 levels of
    performance

205
Outlook 2012 Telecommunication Senior Level
  • Significantly lower salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance
  • Meager salary hikes for bottom 2 levels of
    performance

206
Telecommunication of Variable Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

207
Textiles / Garments / Apparel
208
Outlook 2012 Textiles/Garments/ Apparel
Overall
  • Salary hikes in sector expects to marginally drop
    from average of 10.88 in 2011 to average of
    10.78 in 2012

2011
2011
2012
2012
209
Outlook 2012 Textiles/Garments/ Apparel
Overall
  • 31 of the companies are expected to give a
    higher hike as compared to last year
  • 38 of the companies are expected to maintain the
    same hike as last year
  • 31 of the companies expected to give a lower
    hike as compared to last year

210
Outlook 2012 Textiles/Garments/ Apparel Junior
Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

211
Outlook 2012 Textiles/Garments/ Apparel Middle
Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

212
Outlook 2012 Textiles/Garments/ Apparel Senior
Level
  • Marginal changes in salary hikes expected for all
    levels of performance

213
Textiles/Garments/ Apparel of Variable
Compensation
  • Variable compensation as of total cost to
    company (excluding sales based incentives)
  • Lower variable compensation at Junior level
  • Gradual rise in variable pay along with level

214
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