How Ottawa’s tech leaders assess their compensation success

Editor's Note

This article is sponsored by Mercer.

What are the top total rewards challenges facing your company in the coming years? How do you determine base pay increases? And to what extent does your compensation and benefits strategy help to attract and retain top talent?

Ottawa’s technology companies are leaning on strategic compensation practices to gain an edge like never before. Global HR consulting leader Mercer is offering HR leaders an opportunity to examine their strategic approaches, challenges and priorities related to salaries, incentives, benefits, and retirement savings plans through a new survey on compensation practices in Ottawa’s tech sector.

“In this day and age, the competition for talent in the technology sector is accelerating, and the companies that are taking a proactive and thoughtful approach to their total rewards strategies will drive both HR brand and marketplace competitive advantage,” says Ian Cullwick, a partner at Mercer Canada.

Mercer in conjunction with Ottawa Business Journal, has prepared a short 15-minute survey, creating a rare opportunity for tech HR leaders to see how their strategies compare to those of their peers. All survey participants will receive a full copy of the survey results.

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