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Job Compensation Survey Launched In Saint Lucia

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HRWise Inc. and Simplicity Consulting Limited are proud to announce the launch of a
comprehensive labor market survey aimed at providing invaluable insights into the
compensation landscape of Saint Lucia’s workforce.

The survey, that was launched on April 3rd, 2024, will run until May 12th, culminating in a detailed report and analysis of the findings.

The collaboration between HRWise Inc. and Simplicity Consulting Limited brings together a
wealth of expertise in Strategic Human Resource Management, Compensation and Benefits
Management, and data analysis.

Both organizations have a proven track record of delivering impactful projects throughout the region, making them leaders in their field.

“We are thrilled to embark on this important initiative,” said Goretti Paul, Managing Director of HRWise Inc., “There is a need for up-to-date market information related to remuneration and trends in pay practices in Saint Lucia, and we are happy to contribute to filling that void. The survey will provide a deep dive into the compensation landscape in Saint Lucia, and the results will empower businesses to make more data-driven decisions related to pay.”

The survey will cover various aspects of compensation, including Base Pay, Allowances,
Incentives, Benefits, and Pay Practices, categorized by industry, level, and role.

Participating organizations will gain exclusive access to the survey outcomes, allowing them to benchmark their compensation strategies against industry standards.

“We believe this survey will serve as a reliable and relevant source of information for
organizations across the island,” added Joseph Teixeira, Director of Simplicity Consulting
Limited. “By participating, organizations can contribute to shaping the future of Saint Lucia’s compensation practices.”

For more information about the survey or to participate, please contact HRWise Inc at
info@hrwiseinc.com or 458-4001 or 520-1671.

SOURCE: HRWise Inc 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. The average St Lucian worker in the private sector earns 3 to 5 EC dollars an hour working 16 to 18 hour shifts in st lucia so what survey are you all talking about just enact a wage rate in the country to stop the exploitation of the people those big businesses are making profits in millions of dollars and the workers are not getting a slice of the cake but only get what is stuck on the knife of the cake when the businesses cut their slice to pay the shareholders as a woman I am tired of leaving my home and work for 3 EC dollars an hour this is a crime against humanity ..

  2. Well it looks like companies can choose to “participate”. I doubt many of them will, because their slave-driving practices will be exposed

  3. Nothing will work until the slave wages are abolished Completely…
    The minimum wage must be $10+ per hour to every worker based on hours work.

  4. The slave wages will continue . The people need to protest on the streets for change

  5. Sad, do we really need a survey…..even the blind can feel the energy of the so called “lower class” work pay….. this only add more stress to the people….after the finds what next….what will be different on peoples work pay… Hopefully am not wrong the outcome would lead to a better , descent livable minimum wage … Can only hope… but that to leads to hopelessness….. Welcome to St. lucia

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