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A study for a large Micro-Finance Institution (MFI) to evaluate its salary scale for a set number of job positions. Identified direct competitors, defined job positions and descriptions. Investigated financial and non-financial rewards such as benefits and allowances, including education, transportation, housing, meals, medical insurance, profit sharing schemes and other benefits. Working conditions and discrepancies in providing benefits and allowances across skill set and education were also assessed. A new salary scale was presented.
A Salary Scale Omnibus devised by InfoPro to assess salaries, benefits, allowances, and working conditions provided by companies in Lebanon across a large number of sectors.
InfoPro followed a multi-faceted methodology: Determine comparators across each sector, preparing a matching template containing job titles, job descriptions, in-depth interviews with selected entities. Cash and non-cash benefits are mapped separately.
A salary scale study for a large local NGO. Investigation of benefits and allowances in similar environments including education, transportation, housing, meals, medical insurance, profit sharing schemes among other pertinent benefits. Working conditions and discrepancies in providing benefits and allowances across skill set and education were also assessed. Proposed a new salary scale.
A study for UNDP to implement a new salary scale. Assess the Service Contract (SC) modality which is used to hire individuals for activities which are not part of the central functions of the work program. Comparisons made with bilateral and NGO communities.
Methodology: Draw list of comparable employers, assess the effect of education and years of experience on salary variation for each job position. Data on working hours, annual leaves, and additional allowances and benefits (cash and non-cash) were also gathered. Mapping all cash and non-cash benefits provided by employers and quantified all allowances and benefits. Employer interviews. Define salary scales that fall within 50th percentile.
A study for The German Development Cooperation (GIZ) involving a comprehensive market review and analysis of salaries by benchmarking with other similar organizations in the Lebanese market. Methodology: Revision of job descriptions, collecting information from similar organizations, interviews and match the benchmarked job across the different levels of responsibility in the client’s salary scale, matching between actual service contract salaries and positions and those of the comparators, recommended new salary scale.
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