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Salary Survey for NGOs 2009

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Introduction

The introduction of Lump Sum Grant has transformed the resources management of the Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs), especially in human resources management. NGOs are given the freedom to manage their staff structure, staff-mix and the level of compensation and benefits under the new funding mode.

NGOs of the welfare sector are entering into the post-Tide-Over Grant (TOG) period. With regard to the expenditure in salary and benefits, it usually carries over 70% of the total expenditure of an organization. To facilitate NGOs in determining the levels of salary and benefits with flexibility to meet their organizational requirements, NGOs need more information from the comparable sectors to set a fair and reasonable remuneration and benefits system for their own organizations.

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (the “HKCSS”) commissioned Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management Ltd. (the “HKIHRM”) to conduct the HKCSS Salary Survey 2009 (the “Survey”) among the Agency Members of HKCSS. The Report intends to provide participating Agency members more comprehensive and updated sector-wide information on the salary and benefits offered by the members to their staff.

In the Survey of the past 5 years, the pay data did not cover “snapshot” staff of participating agencies receiving subvention from the Social Welfare Department of HKSAR Government. This year, due to the completion of TOG, more organizations will review their salary scales. Therefore the pay data covered has expanded to those NOT strictly following the Master Pay Scale (MPS). The Survey this year includes the new items “average percentage of overall salary adjustment awarded”

The results of the Survey aim to provide reference information to assist the participating agencies in positioning their remuneration and benefits strategies to attract, reward and motivate employees and revamping the relevant practices to meet the challenging operating environment.

  1. 3 year (2006 – 2008) salary trend comparison; and
  2. analysis of turnover rate.

The results of the Survey aim to provide reference information to assist the participating agencies in positioning their remuneration and benefits strategies to attract, reward and motivate employees and revamping the relevant practices to meet with the challenging operating environment encountered by the NGOs.

 

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