2014 PROJECTED SALARY INCREASES IN SOUTH AFRICA
Here’s how much salaries are expected to increase in South
Jun 27, 2018Here’s how much salaries are expected to increase in South Africa. 12% of the respondents in the survey reported increases less than 5% whilst only 3% of respondents indicated that budgeted increases for the next 12 months exceed 6%. The survey found that remuneration is by far the largest component of any organisation’s expenditure. “Add..
Here’s how South African salary increases are set to be
Oct 11, 2018The technical recession continues to loom large over South Africa’s economic landscape and remains a talking point among CEOs, CFOs and HR directors. Here’s how South African salary increases
Expect a salary increase of over 6%
Expect a salary increase of over 6%. South Africans can expect a benchmark salary increase of between 6% and 6.5% in 2018, said Chris Blair, CEO of 21 st Century, the largest remuneration consultancy in the country. He added that those with lower salaries can expect a higher increase of between 6.5% and 7%.
2019 SOUTH AFRICA SALARY INCREASE | Axiomatic Consultants
2019 south africa salary increase Our original article describing a methodology by which to formulate a scientifically derived salary increase for 2019, and the subsequent November 2018 update, both recommended a 6.5% salary increase for 2019; based on an anticipated 2019 inflation rate of 5.5% and a real increase of 1.0%.
SALARY INCREASES FOR 2019 | Axiomatic Consultants
A real increase is defined as the increase after inflation has been taken into account. As an example, if the salary increase is 7.0% and inflation is 5.0%, then a 2.0% real increase has been granted. The table below illustrates the real increases granted by South African companies over the last 15 years:
Govt, unions agree on 7% salary increase | SAnews
Govt, unions agree on 7% salary increase Wednesday, August 1, 2012 Pretoria - Government and labour unions have agreed on a three-year settlement for the period 2012 to 2015, with the salary increase for 2012 finalised at 7%.
The South African wage myth - Moneyweb
The South African wage myth . In South Africa there are about 500,000 active (employed) security guards. So Trade Unions need to apply some circumspect when negotiating salary increasesAuthor: Mike Schüssler
Articles - HRworks
Wage increases of 7% on the cards in South Africa next year according to new Salary Trends survey from ECA International. Companies in South Africa are forecasting 7 per cent pay rises for staff in 2015 – the same as this year, according to the latest Salary Trends survey by ECA International, the world's leading provider of knowledge,..
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Salary increases and your rights - Labour Protect
Negotiating a salary increase. Every employee at some point or another in their career feels underpaid, undervalued and over-worked. When considering whether, when and how to approach the employer to discuss a salary increase, it is a daunting thought to even the most confident of employees.
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