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Compensation Trends Survey 2012 Deloitte Human Capital Advisory Services

April 2012

Contents

Survey Details

Survey Highlights

Overall Industry Analysis

Detailed Sectoral Analysis

Participant List

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Survey Details Scope of the Survey

The Compensation Trends Study is an Annual Study, conducted by Deloitte Human Capital Advisory Services, of the Indian Market on areas that need benchmark information. This is the second year this study is being conducted in India

Elements detailed in the Compensation Trends Survey 2012 - 13 • • • • • Salary Increase for 2012 – 2013 Variable Pay given / to be given for 2012 - 2013 Attrition rate and key reasons for attrition faced by organizations Key Human Resource Challenges faced by organizations Cost optimization measures undertaken by organizations

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Survey Details Survey Methodology

The parameters of the study were finalized and a structured questionnaire was designed to be used as a primary data collection tool Design the survey instrument

Finalization of Target Basket The sectors covered in the study were finalized along with the leading organizations from each sector

A formal invitation e-mail was sent to the Human Resources in the chosen organizations requesting for participation Invite and seek consent for participation

Data Collection & Validation The response received from all participants was validated and checked for accuracy and intended interpretation

The data received was collated and analyzed to get detailed insights on sector wise practices and compensation trends Analysis

2012 – 13 Compensation Trends Survey Report

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Survey Details Participant Profile
Industry-wise participation

7.4% 8.5% 10.6% 4.4%

Consumer Business & Retail
Energy & Resources Financial Services Information Technology

5.6%

23.2%

Information Technology Enabled Services Infrastructure & Real Estate Manufacturing

19.0%

Media & Advertising
7.0% 9.2% 4.9%

Pharmaceuticals, HealthCare & LifeSciences Other(s)

142 organizations participated in the Compensation Trends Survey for 2012 – 2013

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Survey Details Participant Profile
Employee Strength Gross Revenue

12.2% 24.2% 13.4% 40.2% 48.4% 9.9%

34.1%

17.6%

500 - 2000

2000 - 5000

5000 - 10000

10000 - 25000

100 - 300 Cr.

300 - 500 Cr.

500-1000 Cr.

> 1000 Cr.

Undisclosed participants: 16

Undisclosed participants: 36

• Majority of the organizations (~75%) who participated in the survey have employees between 500 – 5000  Highest employee strength was observed in the Manufacturing sector (26%) and Financial Services (18%)

• Gross revenue of majority of the organizations (~50%) is over `1000 crores  Majority of the large revenue generating organizations were in the Manufacturing sector (36%) and Financial Services sector (18%)

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Contents

Survey Details

Survey Highlights

Overall Industry Analysis

Detailed Sectoral Analysis

Participant List

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Survey Highlights Executive Summary
• • • • Overall median salary increase across sectors is 12% Manufacturing and Infrastructure & Real Estate sector have reported highest increment figures for 2012 – 2013 at 15% Financial Services sector has been most conservative in increment projection for 2012 – 2013 at 10% Overall Variable Pay (as a % of CTC) across sectors is 16 %. The frequency of payout is annual for the majority of companies. However for sales staff, the payout is observed to be monthly or quarterly, depending on organization compensation policy



Sectors which have registered highest attrition are „ITeS‟,...
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