Global Automotive Compensation Survey

The automotive industry is undergoing a complex transformation as technology, suppliers, and manufacturers are facing global pressures to evolve and impact the bottom line. To ensure success companies are taking a closer look at their workforce. Global automotive companies need the best compensation data to drive growth through talent.
Aon Hewitt provides automotive suppliers and producers with a forum to facilitate networking of senior compensation and benefits experts to discuss current trends in the automotive sector and provide the most insightful compensation data globally.

Survey Features:

Broad Geographic Coverage
  • 75 countries
  • 3 geographies: Americas, EMEA, APAC
  • Possibility for regional differentiations within countries
Growing Participation
  • More than 150 participants in 2016
  • 70% of top car companies
Pragmatic Survey Matching Methodology
  • Developed with the Steering Group to address evolving needs of the Automotive Producers and Suppliers
  • Relevant job families, specializations, and levels
  • Mapping to Aon Hewitt survey positions and levels (local initiatives, Radford Hi-Tech/IT and McLagan Financial Services) and others
Holistic Approach to Rewards and Organization
  • Base pay, Variable Pay, Country-specific Guaranteed Payments
  • Prevalence of LTIs, Benefits, and Perquisites
  • More than 110 specific Job Sub-Families classified within 18 Job Families and 21 levels
  • Executives, Management, White Collar/Professional, and Blue Collar/Administrative roles
Improved Online Capabilities
  • Downloading and uploading of data collection materials
  • Self-service portal for quick reports, advanced reporting, and peer selection
Enhanced Analysis of Pay Trends Capabilities
  • Generational and New Hires
  • Pay Equity Analysis and Insights
  • Performance Pay Trends
Regional Networking Meetings Participation
  • Learn about Hot Topics and Trends in the Automotive Industry
  • Discuss survey results and insights, and trends affecting the Auto industry