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Positions covered in executive compensation surveys conducted in Canada

Author: Coiri Salary
by Coiri Salary
Posted: Apr 27, 2017

Executive compensation survey is also known as executive pay survey in Canada. This survey is a combined report of an employee's financial and non- financial rewards and awards received from the company. No matter if the company is old or new, public or private, big scale or small scale, executive compensation surveys of Canada help to know the gain/loss of the company and its employees.

Many people don't know about the difference between employee compensation surveys of Canada and executive compensation surveys of Canada. The positions covered in these surveys conducted in companies of Canada are different.

Executive compensation surveys in Canada covers about 18 positions. Here, is the list of a few positions and the Job descriptions from managerial level to directorial level to executive level employees which are covered in this survey. Please note that this is general information. The inclusions and exclusions of different executive compensation surveys in Canada may differ according to the companies conducting them.

Managerial level positions

Engineering Manager: Job positions that include supervising production and quality control as well as leading engineers, scientists and technicians, designing machinery in companies of Canada is included in detail.

Finance Manager: job positions dealing with financial issues of Canadian companies such as monitoring accounts, finance forecasting, etc. are included.

Human Resources Manager: job positions dealing with the human power of the company or in other words employees of the company are included.

Information Systems Manager: This job position included in executive compensation surveys in Canada works closely with technology. So, they are responsible for installation, upgrading, and maintenance of technology and machinery used in the company.

Plant/Operations Manager: This job position includes supervising all day activities of a plant, a factory, a warehouse or any business unit.

Quality Assurance Manager: This job position includes making sure that the product manufactured are of a set quality.

Sales/Marketing Manager: This job position includes making plans for launching the product, advertising, distribution and achieving the final sales target.

Directorial level positions

Director of Finance/Administration: Their work is to look after and ensure proper functioning of all financial administration and financial processes in the company.

Director of Human Resources - Their work is to monitor HR department and provides consultation to management on strategic staffing plans, budget, etc.

Executives level positions

Chief Executive Officer: Also known as CEO, it has the most vital responsibility and authority after the board of members. CEO is said to be responsible for the success or failure of any project of the company. CEO has to setup plans for the project, calculates the risk and has to take precautions for the same.

Chief Financial Officer: In a company, CFO works as a controller. CFO handles cash management and also plans about risk activities by the side.

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Coiri provides comprehensive yearly reporting services of benefits surveys, salary surveys, employee compensation surveys, and executive compensation surveys in Canada. Custom surveys, human resources legal advice by us.

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