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Snap Survey

We extend a warm welcome to all new participants and would like to thank all returning participants for their continued support

We would like to invite your organisation to participate in our comprehensive online September 2017 South African Increase Trends Survey.

Closing Date:

31 August 2017

The aim of the survey is to track increase trends across South Africa to assist in making salary adjustments in the next financial year.

Non-RewardOnline customers:

R5 700ex VAT

RewardOnline participants:


All non-participants

R6 700ex VAT
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For more information, please contact:

Tlali Mohlapholi
Client Executive

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September 2017 South African Increase Trends

How would participating in this survey benefit us?

Current, valid survey results are an invaluable tool when making important remuneration decisions during the course of the year.

Very importantly, the survey results can assist in ensuring that your organisation is in a position to comply with the legislation tabled in the Employment Equity Act, “Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value” which came into effect on 1 August 2014.


Our salary data is highly confidential. Will this information be shared?

Our business rests on commitment to confidentiality of data. Thus under no circumstances would any individual information or any company-specific information be disclosed to any other participant.

Our business depends on our commitment to this promise.

What information can we expect to receive in the report?

The report will include:

  • Economic research on the Wage Gap
  • What is “real” inflation?
  • Cost of living in South Africa
  • Definitions and explanations of key economic factors that play a role in deciding on increases
  • A guide on how to approach increases
  • Actual market data reflecting companies’ previous and projected increases
  • Salary Progression criteria applied
  • Reward approach for the next year based on Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value legislation
  • Labour turnover