Remuneration Guides provide pay data and analysis on an extensive number of executive and board roles
GRG publishes two types of Guides each year to assist companies undertaking internal pay reviews for non-executive director and executive pay. Each Guide provides crucial information in context of the Australian talent market, with data sourced from Australia’s largest KMP remuneration database. Use GRG KMP Remuneration Guides as a benchmarking reference to align your non-executive director and executive pay to company policy, or GRG’s Variable Remuneration Guide to understand how top employers align pay to performance goals.
GRG Guides provide critical information in context of the Australian market to help answer two vital questions:
While the Remuneration Guides are not a substitute for formal independent advice and recommendations from an expert provider, they are an invaluable reference point for comparing your strategy against top employers in the Australian market, and identifying areas of your strategy that need development.
GRG KMP Remuneration Guides
GRG KMP Remuneration Guides are a benchmarking reference point you can use to explore whether your KMP remuneration quantum and mix are industry competitive. Each Guide contains a series of data tables that provide analysis on an extensive number of executive and board roles. Based on data cut from Australia’s leading KMP remuneration database, only GRG KMP Remuneration Guides can present the full spectrum of KMP remuneration practices across ASX listed companies in Australia.
Remuneration data tables for non-executive director and top executive roles
The data tables in our Remuneration Guides are designed to represent pay practices of companies that are similar in scale to yours, either in revenue position or market capitalisation range. They also provide data samples that represent pay practices of companies operating in major sectors and sub industries that are competing for the same talent pool. As an example, consider this remuneration guide case study for Human Resource roles. Thus, each data table reflects the market’s approach to pay most closely aligned to yours, making it an important resource for your remuneration decision making.
Demonstration example: Executive data table (CEO)
Demonstration example: Non-executive director table
Choose the best KMP Remuneration Guide for your sector
Market capitalisation and revenue both have strong correlations with remuneration practices and are useful for both listed companies to use as an underlying basis for data comparisons, as well as unlisted companies who can specify a range that would be relevant to them.
GRG Variable Remuneration Guide
The complete guide to executive incentives market practices in Australia
Knowing how much remuneration to pay is the first step. The next involves understanding how to design variable remuneration that achieves its pay for performance goals and is aligned with market best practice.
The GRG Variable Remuneration Guide provides a comprehensive analysis of the Australian Executive incentive landscape. The guide shares key information on short term, long term, and hybrid incentive plans; and provides information on incentive variables like length of measurement periods, typical vesting scales and award deferral practices that will help you understand how successful ASX 300 companies design their incentives.