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A comprehensive guide to compensation trends in the mining industry
Our latest Global Mining Review features reliable, informative data that is quality-assured through rigorous auditing. Our dedicated resources across various geographic regions deliver compensation data, trends and analysis based on more than 180 benchmark positions — from first-line supervisors to corporate executives.
Our 2022 edition builds on the comprehensive approach of our 2021 installment, which included 70 companies, 273 participating business units, 74,000 professional and managerial incumbents, and 800 executives.
This year, we will also continue conducting a separate but integrated process to provide insights into broader talent issues in the global mining industry — all while ensuring you receive the same reliable compensation intelligence you've come to rely on for more than 20 years.
For 2022, our team is offering three main categories of reports — country reports, global executive reports and global PD&E reports.
Our available country reports include Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Peru and the United States — featuring country market data for salaries, plus annual and long-term incentives. These reports also include pay forecasts, economic indicators, geographic/regional family pay analysis, and mining industry trends and activity.
Our global executive report is unique to the mining industry — providing global market pricing data for salaries, annual and long-term incentives, global executive compensation and governance trends, incentive metrics research, executive severance data and more.
Another unique offering in 2022 is our global PD&E report, which includes the same key data from our global executive report with a special focus on project development, exploration and corporate technical service roles. PD&E pay policies, practices and market pay differentials are also included.
In order to better serve the needs of today's mining industry, our review is not simply title-based, but instead features simple-to-use job size and job match compensation analysis. The review's soft copy format also includes Excel-based output tools to make data more accessible than ever.
Data collection for our 2022 reports will begin this spring, with processing over the summer and a target publication date in the fall. We look forward to once again supporting the global mining industry with another comprehensive, reliable and informative review in the year ahead.
To learn more about how Korn Ferry works closely with the global mining industry, contact us here.