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  • HRhelpdesk.in Welcome to HRhelpdesk.in Supporting human resources © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012 Benchmarking of HR professionals September 2012 © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in About Us • HRhelpdesk.in is an HR outsourcing and consulting company offering customized services to support people agenda of our clients What we do Key product offerings Balanced Scorecard Design and Rollout CTC Reimbursement Process Management HR Employee Satisfaction Survey HR Analytics Outsourcing Employee Query Desk Management HR Manuals Design and Consolidation HR Process Outsourcing Internal Employer Branding Past Employment Verification Capability Recruitment Process Outsourcing Counseling Development Salary Benchmarking Studies Training Content Development Training Delivery © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Disclaimer  All data presented and assumptions made, including ranking of industries is only based on responses from individuals and companies in those industries. The study only gives an indication. An individual company or industry may have different processes, systems and percentile levels than those presented here. This data is just a comparative analysis from amongst the respondents to this study © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Contents 1. Respondents a. Demographics 2. HR Metrics a. Salary increase b. Attrition c. Leverage d. Other factors 3. Benchmarks a. Percentile positioning at each designation b. Years of experience at each designation c. Highest and least paying industry at each designation d. Other factors 4. Information a. Confidentiality Policy b. Annexure, industries clubbed c. Content copyright Click on the Red Bar on top to return to this screen © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Respondents © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Overview  Data of more than 440 companies received compared to 260 companies in the 2011 Survey. The survey ran from 16th August to 30th September 2012  Basis accurate and complete information provided by participating companies and individuals, a total of 401 companies qualified for being included in this report of 2012. In the 2011 Survey, a total of 209 companies were included © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • 0 10 20 30 40 50 46 HR Consultants 37 Information Technology© HRhelpdesk.in 35 Manufacturing 33 Professional Services 28 Education HRhelpdesk.in 28 ITES 28 Construction/ Engineering 23 Utilities/ Oil& Gas/ Mining 23 Services 21 Consumer Products, Retail, FMCG Pharmaceuticals, healthcare and 18 Medical Services 14 Automobile/ Vehicle Manufacturing 14 Transportation/ Shipping/ Logistics in most cases providing enough data points to have an industry* benchmark 12 Hospitality 10 Media & Entertainment 9 Real Estate 9 Electronics/ Electrical 8 Social Sector 5 E-Commerce and Internet A total of 401 companies data was used for this benchmarking study, presenting a healthy mix of industries andAnnual HR Salary Survey 2012 Companies by Industry
  • HRhelpdesk.in Respondents by Designation 30% 26% 25% 20% 18% 17% 15% 12% 10% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% 1% 0% Trainee Exe/Sr Exe AM Manager Sr manager AGM/AD Director CHRO MD/CEO While maximum data points were for Managers, a healthy mix of Designations across industries gave a good benchmark © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Respondents by Company Type 50% 44% 40% 30% 25% 20% 17% 10% 8% 5% 0% Partnership or Proprietorship Pvt Ltd (HQ in India) NGO/Societies/Trusts/Others Pvt Ltd (HQ overseas) Public Limited A sizeable proportion of the companies were from Indian origin and multinationals. © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Respondents by HR Role Performed 70% 59% 60% 56% 50% 50% 44% 43% 40% 38% 37% 36% 36% 34% 30% 20% 18% 15% 10% 0% HR Operations Payroll Other Compensation & Benefits HR Generalist/Business Partner Compliance Organization Development Recruitment HR Automation/Technology Performance Management Talent Management Learning & Development The spread of respondents key deliverables gives us data points to see if role has an impact on the salary drawn © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in HR Metrics © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Salary Increase 2011-12 Average fixed salary increase for HR Industry* practitioners in the year 2011-12 On an average, HR practitioners saw an Electronics/ Electrical 17% increment of 12% in their gross fixed Pharmaceuticals, healthcare, Medical Services 14% Consumer Products, Retail, FMCG 13% CTC for the year ending 2011-12. Which Transportation/ Shipping/ Logistics 13% is similar to the year ending 2010-11. ITES 13% Electronics sector lead the group by Real Estate 13% Information Technology 13% giving an average increment of 17% to Manufacturing 12% HR practitioners, while in 2010-11 it was HR Consultants 12% ITES which lead the group. Education 12% With majority of industries staying Services 12% Social Sector 12% around the average increment of 12%, Automobile/ Vehicle Manufacturing 11% media and entertainment showed an E-Commerce and Internet 11% average increase of only 7% to gross Professional Services 10% Construction/ Engineering 10% salaries of HR practitioners Hospitality 10% Utilities/ Oil& Gas/ Mining 10% Media & Entertainment 7% © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Predicted Salary Increase 2012-13 Average predicted fixed salary increase for HR Industry* practitioners in the year 2012-13 Prediction by HR practitioners for their Electronics/ Electrical 18% salary increases in the coming increment ITES 17% Services 15% cycle of 2012-13 is in line with historical Hospitality 15% increases for 2010-11 and 2011-12. Pharmaceuticals, healthcare , Medical Services 14% The prediction is indicating only a Consumer Products, Retail, FMCG 14% Automobile/ Vehicle Manufacturing 14% marginal upward movement by 1% Information Technology 14% taking the average expected salary HR Consultants 13% increment of HR practitioners for the Transportation/ Shipping/ Logistics 13% coming year of 2012-13 to 13%. Education 13% Construction/ Engineering 12% Manufacturing 12% Media & Entertainment 12% Real Estate 12% Utilities/ Oil& Gas/ Mining 11% Professional Services 11% Social Sector 10% E-Commerce and Internet 8% © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Salary Increase Average increment in fixed salary for HR Companies with their HQ in India do Company Type Practitioners in the year 2011-12 have a more aggressive outlook towards Pvt Ltd (Headquartered in India) 13% salaries, as they continue to give an average 13% increase, being the highest Public Limited 12% compared to other ownership patterns. It is only the non-Indian multinationals NGO/Societies/Trusts/Others 11% which have seen a decline in their average Partnership or Proprietorship 11% salary increment to HR practitioners from 13% to 11% . All other ownership Pvt Ltd (Headquartered overseas) 11% patterns have seen either an increase in the average salary increment or maintained similar salary increment for HR practitioners for the year 2011-12 © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Attrition Average attrition for the year Industry* 2011-12 The HR profession saw an average HR Consultants 64% Social Sector 54% attrition of 33% across industries* for the ITES 41% year 2011-12, this is similar to the last Electronics/ Electrical 40% year trend which was at 34%. Real Estate 39% Professional Services 37% Attrition doesn’t seem to follow any Hospitality 35% specific industry pattern representing high Manufacturing 35% growth or slowdown. A hypothesis could Information Technology 34% therefore be made than HR practitioners Pharmaceuticals, healthcare and Medical Services 34% Transportation/ Shipping/ Logistics 33% jump industries with ease. Automobile/ Vehicle Manufacturing 29% Media & Entertainment 28% Education 27% Services 26% Construction/ Engineering 19% Utilities/ Oil& Gas/ Mining 19% Consumer Products, Retail, FMCG 14% E-Commerce and Internet 12% © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Leverage Industry* Average HR to employee ratio Hospitality 173 With increased participation, certain Transportation/ Shipping/ Logistics 135 clubbed industries in the 2011 survey Services 133 Pharmaceuticals, healthcare, Medical Services 112 were studied independently. However, Media & Entertainment 109 like the 2011 survey, almost all Consumer Products, Retail, FMCG 108 industries* studied in the 2012 survey are Manufacturing 104 having a leverage of 100 to 180 Education 101 Social Sector 100 employees per HR practitioner. Utilities/ Oil& Gas/ Mining 99 Construction/ Engineering 98 ITES 85 Real Estate 81 Electronics/ Electrical 77 Professional Services 77 E-Commerce and Internet 68 Automobile/ Vehicle Manufacturing 67 Information Technology 61 © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Other Factors  Outlook for the year 2012-13, puts HR practitioners increments and bonus expectations at an average of 13% and 11% of gross CTC respectively  Like the 2011 survey, even the 2012 survey points out that appraisals for almost 80% of the companies happen annually  It also gives information that bell curve is applicable to about 50% of HR functions, a similar trend like 2011 survey  A huge change is the inclusion of non-monetary rewards to HR practitioners, from a mere 7% in the 2011 survey, it has increased to 30% in the 2012 study © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in C&B Policy for HR Perception that the C&B policy for HR Industry* practitioners is appropriate Ironically the industry (electronics/electrical) Automobile/ Vehicle Manufacturing 78% where the highest salary increase is there for Social Sector 75% the year 2011-12, is also the industry where Utilities/ Oil& Gas/ Mining 71% Services 67% HR practitioners feel the C&B policy is most Real Estate 67% inappropriate for them. Consumer Products, Retail, FMCG 56% What has to be kept in mind is the context of Education 56% the C&B policy, employees, specially HR Manufacturing 54% Construction/ Engineering 53% practitioners measure the HR C&B policy HR Consultants 52% with that of the companies overall Pharmaceuticals, healthcare and Medical Services 45% compensation philosophy, and ITES 45% differentiations are negatively seen. Hospitality 44% Information Technology 41% Only 51% HR practitioners are fine with the Professional Services 40% existing C&B policy for HR team, add to this Transportation/ Shipping/ Logistics 33% the data that 65% feel that no change in the Media & Entertainment 29% C&B policy for HR practitioners is coming E-Commerce and Internet 25% Electronics/ Electrical 20% in the near future © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Benchmarks © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Executive/Sr Executive Percentile Positioning of the Gross Salary in Indian Rupee Survey Minimum 10th 25th 50th 75th 90th 99th 2012 Available only as part of Participant or Purchased report, please contact hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in for purchasing this data post HR qualification work experience Years of experience 7 or greater 19% 5 to 7 16% 3 to 5 34% 1 to 3 31% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% No of respondents Rank Order of salaries paid by various industries at this level Least Salary Paid at this Level Highest Salary Paid at this Level Pharmaceuticals Consumer Transportati Utilities/ , healthcare and Manufa HR Products, Social on/ Construction/ Information Hospitality Services Education Oil& Gas/ ITES Medical cturing Consultants Retail, Sector Shipping/ Engineering Technology Mining Services FMCG Logistics Not enough data available for other industries at this level to run a comparative against other industries © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Assistant Manager Percentile Positioning of the Gross Salary in Indian Rupee Survey Minimum 10th 25th 50th 75th 90th 99th 2012 Available only as part of Participant or Purchased report, please contact hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in for purchasing this data post HR qualification work experience Years of experience 11 or greater 9% 9 to 11 3% 7 to 9 18% 5 to 7 29% 3 to 5 22% 1 to 3 19% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% No of respondents Rank Order of salaries paid by various industries at this level Least Salary Paid at this Level Highest Salary Paid at this Level Construc Electron Transport Media & HR Consumer Pharmac Social tion/ Professional ics/ ation/ Educ Manufa E- Real Utiliti ITES Entertai IT Services Consulta Products euticals Sector Enginee Services Electric Shipping/ ation cturing Commerce Estate es nment nts ring al Logistics Not enough data available for other industries at this level to run a comparative against other industries © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Manager Percentile Positioning of the Gross Salary in Indian Rupee Survey Minimum 10th 25th 50th 75th 90th 99th 2012 Available only as part of Participant or Purchased report, please contact hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in for purchasing this data post HR qualification HR experience 15 or greater 10% Years of experience 12 to 15 10% 10 to 12 9% 8 to 10 22% 6 to 8 19% 4 to 6 23% 4 or less 8% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% No of respondents Rank Order of salaries paid by various industries at this levelLeast Salary Paid at this Level Highest Salary Paid at this Level Construc HR Consum ProfessioElectronics/ Educat Manufact tion/ Autom Pharmaceu Media Services Consult ITES IT Hospitality Real Estate er nal Utilities Electrical ion uring Engineer obile ticals ants Products Services ing Not enough data available for other industries at this level to run a comparative against other industries © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Senior Manager Percentile Positioning of the Gross Salary in Indian Rupee Survey Minimum 10th 25th 50th 75th 90th 99th 2012 Available only as part of Participant or Purchased report, please contact hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in for purchasing this data post HR qualification work experience Years of experience 17 or greater 27% 14 to 17 13% 11 to 14 15% 8 to 11 31% 5 to 8 15% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% No of respondents Rank Order of salaries paid by various industries at this level Least Salary Paid at this Level Highest Salary Paid at this Level Transportation HR Media & Manufact Construction/ Profession Pharmac Services Automobile Education / Shipping/ Consult IT Entertainme E-Commerce ITES Utilities uring Engineering al Services euticals Logistics ants nt Not enough data available for other industries at this level to run a comparative against other industries © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in AGM/AD Percentile Positioning of the Gross Salary in Indian Rupee Survey Minimum 10th 25th 50th 75th 90th 99th 2012 Available only as part of Participant or Purchased report, please contact hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in for purchasing this data post HR qualification work experience Years of experience 19 or greater 38% 16 to 19 20% 13 to 16 28% 10 to 13 10% 7 to 10 5% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% No of respondents Rank Order of salaries paid by various industries at this level Least Salary Paid at this Level Highest Salary Paid at this Level Automobile/ Consumer Utilities/ Pharmaceuticals, Media & Electronics Transpo HR Construction/ ITES IT Vehicle Products, Oil& Gas/ healthcare and Manufacturing Entertainment / Electrical rtation Consultants Engineering Manufacturing Retail, FMCG Mining Medical Services Not enough data available for other industries at this level to run a comparative against other industries © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Director Percentile Positioning of the Gross Salary in Indian Rupee Survey Minimum 10th 25th 50th 75th 90th 99th 2012 Available only as part of Participant or Purchased report, please contact hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in for purchasing this data post HR qualification work experience Years of experience 19 or greater 32% 16 to 19 23% 13 to 16 23% 10 to 13 5% 7 to 10 18% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% No of respondents Rank Order of salaries paid by various industries at this level Least Salary Paid at this Level Highest Salary Paid at this Level Transportation/ Utilities/ Pharmaceuticals, Professional Social Construction/ Hospitality Shipping/ Oil& Gas/ Manufacturing Education healthcare and ITES Services Services Sector Engineering Logistics Mining Medical Services Not enough data available for other industries at this level to run a comparative against other industries © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in CXO  Though this survey is not intended to cover CXO salaries, as they are individual employee and company dependent. However, basis immense response and keeping confidentiality, we are presenting some indicative information. As a thumb rule, CXO salaries can start from the 70th percentile of the Director salaries and go upto the companies and the individuals capability. Factors beyond benchmarking play a significant role in deciding CXO salaries Mean Median Mode Max Available only as part of Participant or Purchased report, please contact hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in for purchasing this data Rank Order of salaries paid by various industries at this level Least Salary Paid at this Level Highest Salary Paid at this Level Automobile/ Consumer Professional Real HR Manufact Construction/ Social Information Hospitality Vehicle Products, Education ITES Services Services Estate Consultants uring Engineering Sector Technology Manufacturing Retail, FMCG © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Other Factors  Educational institutions and qualification made a stark difference in salaries at Manager and CXO level. Presumably as these two are the career shaping stages and have a stronger rigor in admitting than other levels. Denoted by this sign  The trend of HR practitioners salaries is almost similar in all companies, whether Indian or Multinationals  HR role performed also did not impact the salary significantly. Specialists and generalists both were almost at similar salary bands © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Information © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Confidentiality Policy  Names of participating organization are not revealed in this report  In the event of purchasing an Industry report, only where more than 10 companies have participated a report is generated and the entire list is added to the report  No data is shared in any format which will reveal the individual company salaries, individual employee salary or an individual designation salary in a particular company  Should you want to know more about the confidentiality policy, please write to us at hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Annexure Automobile/ Vehicle Manufacturing Automobile/ Vehicle Manufacturing Construction/ Engineering Construction/ Engineering The table on left indicates the Consumer Products industries that have been clubbed Fashion FMCG together to represent data which Consumer Products, Retail, FMCG Luxury Retail has been presented in the survey Poultry Retail Retail (Wholesale & Distribution) E-commerce Internet E-Commerce and Internet Internet / Web Online Retail Education Education Electronics/ Electrical Electronics/ Electrical Semiconductor / VLSI Hospitality Hospitality HR Consultants HR Consultants Recruitment Consultants Automation Digital Solutions Information Technology Information Technology (including IT Services) Office Automation products © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Annexure Global Shared Services ITES ITES The table on left indicates the Transaction Processing industries that have been clubbed Agro chemicals Cemant Industries together to represent data which Chemical manufacturing has been presented in the survey Manufacturing Engineering Servives Fabrication & Engineering Food polymers Manufacturing Advertising Cable TV Entertainment Media & Entertainment Media Public Relations Public relations consultancy Publishing Healthcare Healthcare Pharmaceuticals, healthcare and Hospital/Medical Medical Services Pharmaceuticals/ Medical Devices Pharmacovigilance & Clinical Safety R&D Pharmaceuticals © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Annexure Chartered Accountants Consultancy The table on left indicates the Professional Services Financial Services industries that have been clubbed Professional Services Training Consultants together to represent data which Real Estate Real Estate has been presented in the survey Events Services Telecom Services Tourism and Event Management Travel Weather Services Provider Agricultural Research Dairy Social Sector Development NGO, Social Sector Transportation/ Shipping/ Logistics Transportation/ Shipping/ Logistics Aero Space Engineering Hydro Electric power Mining & Metals Utilities/ Oil& Gas/ Mining Power, Power Generation, Power Transmission Steel Utilities/ Oil& Gas/ Mining © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012
  • HRhelpdesk.in Content Copyright  Data in this presentation is the sole proprietary of HRhelpdesk.in and is copyright protected. It can be used for non-commercial purposes as long as due reference and credit is give to the source, which is HRhelpdesk.in  All data presented and assumptions made, including ranking of industries is only based on responses from individuals and companies in those industries. The study only gives an indication. An individual company or industry may have different processes, systems and percentile levels than those presented here. This data is just a comparative analysis from amongst the respondents to this study  For customized report of this study and for commercial use, please write to us at hrhelpdesk@hrhelpdesk.in © HRhelpdesk.in Annual HR Salary Survey 2012