The Bayt.com Middle East Salary Survey 2012
April 03, 2012
The Bayt.com Salary Survey March 2012 for Middle East and North Africa looks at the current situation of working professionals in the region, regional salary levels, compensation packages, bonuses and costs of living in the region. It also gauges overall employee job satisfaction in the MENA.
- • Bahrain, Lebanon and UAE have higher preference towards having a ‘Fixed-pay’ structure, whereas professionals in Egypt (47%) and Morocco (45%) prefer ‘partial’ structure.
- • Performance based incentives are the most preferred form of incentives, by more than half (54%) of the MENA professionals.
- • ‘Basic salary + Benefits’ is more common in the GCC countries, whereas in North African countries ‘Basic Salary only’ appears to be the norm.
Data for the Bayt.com Salary Survey March 2012 was collected online from March 1 to 13, 2012. Results are reported on a base of 16067 respondents. Countries that participated are UAE, KSA, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Pakistan.
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