Are you paying too much or too little to your information technology staff?
For an employer, it is important to know what other companies are paying in
total compensation for a similar position in your area. Learn how your company
compares in the area of compensation.
The Insea Salary Survey has become the industry standard for negotiating IT
remuneration levels using methodology refined and tested over 19 years of
publication. This highly regarded survey enables employers to set IT staff
remuneration and benefits packages that :
identify salaries and other compensation exactly to a job function, a level of
responsibility and an industrial sector;
help create a just and attractive remuneration structure.
The Insea salary survey presents organizations with the information they need
to ensure their salary structures are competitive with other employers in their
industry and may develop sound remuneration policies and practices while making
allowances for special skills critical to the employer.
How Insea collects the data?
The survey is carried out by asking Human Resources Managers in each surveyed
company to provide information on their computing staff by specifying their job
classification, education degree, age and salary. Such method guarantees
accuracy and confidentiality. As a consequence, the results published by Insea
are very accurate in view of both size of the sample and neutrality with which
the survey is achieved.
Insea has had a long-standing commitment to respecting the privacy of the
information entrusted to it by the respondents. All of the information we
collect about individuals for the purpose of providing our survey is
de-identified and is, therefore, not personal information.