Reports and Surveys | November 18, 2019

2020 Compensation Planning Analysis

Our 2020 Compensation Planning Analysis found that projections for 2020 salary budgets will remain relatively flat, as they have for the previous 6 years.

We project a 2.1 percent increase for salary range adjustments for executive and exempt employees and a 2 percent increase for non-exempt employees.

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Key findings

The full report contains:

  • Increases broken down by industry
  • Likely factors for 2020’s projected flat increases
  • Suggestions on making the most of your 2020 increases

We cover each finding in the full report.

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