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HVS Executive Search India Releases India Hotel Unit Compensation Study?

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May 7, 2013

HVS Executive Search India Releases India Hotel Unit Compensation Study?

White marble Taj Mahal in India, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
White marble Taj Mahal in India, Agra, Uttar Pradesh

The India Hotel Unit Compensation Study?, presented by HVS Executive Search, India provides current and credible information concerning salary trends across all job roles in a hotel hierarchy. The survey findings assist in benchmarking salary, structuring compensation and enabling companies to attract and retain talent through equitable compensation practices. Co-authored by HVS Executive Search Managing Director Natwar Nagar, and Associate Director Anupama Jaiswal, the India Hotel Unit Compensation Study? includes data from 196 hotels across 54 cities in India, reporting on 70 positions across the entire hotel hierarchy. To gain a comprehensive understanding of salary and benefits, HVS India analyzed the?Total Annual Compensation?for each job role in the Luxury, Upscale, Mid Market and Budget segments. Additionally, the report includes a snap shot view of the critical benchmarks that hotel owners and operators typically like to determine, in order to plan and forecast their budgets related to payroll cost and revenue.

The survey results for the 70 positions studied are categorized by:

  • Total Annual Compensation
  • Total Annual Compensation Excluding Variable Pay

Based on the above categories, data has been reported on:

  1. National Overview
  2. Metropolitan/Non Metropolitan Overview
  3. Room count Overview: The data has been analyzed for each hotel market positioning by room inventory and reported on:Luxury Hotels
    o with more than 200 rooms
    o with less than or equal to 200 rooms
    Upscale Hotels
    o with more than 200 rooms
    o with less than or equal to 200 rooms
    Mid-Market Hotels
    o with more than 100 rooms
    o with less than or equal to 100 rooms
    Budget Hotels
    o with more than 100 rooms
    o with less than or equal to 100 rooms

The data for this report has been provided by the individual hotels directly. To ensure accuracy and confidentiality, data is presented for positions based on the job responsibility (and not just the job title), and only for those positions and criteria for which at least five participating hotels provided data.

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