SINGAPORE - Most employees are expecting to receive a pay raise in the coming year, a survey by human resource consulting firm Randstad has found.
The global survey found that 78 per cent of Singapore employees felt that they worked harder to help their companies do well in 2012, and are looking forward to compensation and continued growth in the new year.
Of the 405 Singapore employees surveyed, 51 per cent also said that they are expecting a gift at the end of this year. However, only 43 per cent of employers usually provide this benefit.
More details are in the press release below:
Three in four (76 per cent) employees in Singapore are expecting a hike in their salary in 2013, according to Randstad's latest Workmonitor Report for Q4 2012, released today. The figure is higher than in 2012, with seven in 10 (70 per cent) employees citing they received a pay increase this year.
The findings were revealed as part of a global survey of 14,780 employees from 32 countries.