Above average salary increase for Dutch top managers
In 2011, the average salary increase for executives in the Netherlands is 2,8% according to Mercer’s Total Remuneration Pulse Survey (TRS) that analyses data from 406 subsidiaries of multinational organisations with operations in over 60 European countries.
"Broadly, 2011 salary increases were higher among companies in the service, consumer and high-tech industries and lowest amongst the financial services and energy organisations. However, the average salary increases hide great variation in the country by country pay increases and substantial differences across EMEA," according to the leading global provider of consulting, outsourcing and investment services.
Note that the European average is 2,7% while top managers in Africa can expect an average salary increase of 8,2%.
Highest average salary increases in Western Europe
› Norway: 3,3%
› Belgium, Italy, Sweden & the UK: 3%
› Austria & Denmark: 2,9%
› The Netherlands: 2,8%
› Germany & Greece: 2,6%
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