SURVEY

National Reward Policies and Benefits 2024

In order to keep up with changes in the market and the economy, organisations are being creative in their approach to employee reward.


Participate in our survey to compare your policies and benefit practices to the market.

CLOSING DATE:
Friday, 21 June

The report will be published in
July 2024.

Share you practices and find out what the market offers – how aligned are you?

Attraction and Retention issues have been amplified with the change in the way we work! In addition, employers are also grappling with the reality of a multi-generational workforce.

In view of this, it is important for organisations to ensure that Reward Policies and Benefit Practices keep up with market trends.

Benefits of Participation

Current, valid survey results are an invaluable tool when making important remuneration decisions during the course of the year, and can help your organisation validate remuneration decisions and comply with Employment Equity legislation (“Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value” – tabled in the Employment Equity Act which came into effect on 1 August 2014).

Survey Content

Content from our previous report:

  • Remuneration practices,
  • Benefits and Circumstantial Allowances,
  • Pay Scales,
  • Annual increases,
  • Medical Aid and Healthcare practices,
  • Retirement funding practices,
  • Risk and Group Life Assurance,
  • Annual leave,
  • Study benefits,
  • Training and Development,
  • Skills Retention Practices,
  • Employee Assistance Programmes and workforce health,
  • Parental and childcare benefits,
  • Long Service Practices,
  • Short Term Incentives,
  • Long Term Incentives.

Survey Cost

The cost (excluding VAT) to participate and receive a report of the findings:

R21 100.00

RewardOnline Subscribers

The cost (excluding VAT) for current RewardOnline subscribers:

R15 800.00

To participate in the survey, please fill in the form below, and we will send you a customised link for your organisation.

 

Confidentiality

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.

Data Integrity

Over many years, we have collected local HR data from thousands of Southern African organisations. We are proud of the quality of our data, and the integrity and security of our database. Our data analysts are specialists in their fields, and collectively they have backgrounds in economics, business, econometrics, finance and statistics.

Survey Form

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Contact

Tyronne Valentine
Business Development Manager
[email protected]

Regional Contacts

Johannesburg:
Gauteng (Head Office)

Theresa Blake
Manager: Niche Surveys
[email protected]

Cape Town: Western Cape, Northern Cape & Coastal Regions

Leanne Visser
Regional Manager, Western Cape,
Northern Cape & Coastal Regions
[email protected]