The Enquête sur la rémunération globale is an annual survey of a sample of enterprises with 200 or more employees in Québec. It is a scientific survey based on rigorous methodology.
The ERG is unique in the compensation field, as regards both the compensation package and the jobs covered. It is one of the only Canadian labour-market surveys that compiles data not only on salaries but also on benefits, hours of work, workforce characteristics (seniority, union status and sex) and paid time off. By examining total compensation, the survey offers a more complete picture than the comparison of salaries. The publication of this type of information constitutes the added value of the ERG compared with other compensation surveys.
Analytical products and data
Detailed results of the comparison of salaries, non-wage benefits, and total compensation of Québec government employees with those of all other Québec employees working in businesses with 200 or more employees.
Information on salaries, normal working hours, salary scales and total compensation by occupations in the NOC minor and unit groups.
These tables present the cost of non-wage benefits and paid time off based on the most recent data from the Québec Survey on Total Compensation (ERG) conducted by the Institut de la statistique du Québec.
This table presents the compensation for each benchmark job included in the Survey on Total Compensation in Québec (ERG), conducted among businesses with 200 or more employees. The benchmark jobs are divided into five categories: professionals, technicians, office workers, service workers, and maintenance and trade workers.
Results provided by skill level and broad occupational category in the National Occupational Classification (NOC), according to various breakdowns (sector, business size, unionization).
Results are presented by sector (public/private), unionization, business size and industry.
What measures were put in place by Québec businesses with 200 or more employees during the first wave of the pandemic? Results by sector (public/private), unionization status, business size, and according to 10 indicators.
Using data from the Québec survey on total compensation (ERG), the publications capture a portrait of variable pay in enterprises with 200 or more employees in the private sector and the “other public” sector. The results are provided by type of status and by occupational category.
Quels sont la répartition des femmes et des hommes et l’écart salarial entre les deux sexes occupant une profession de formation universitaire dans les grandes entreprises québécoises (200 employés et plus)? Les résultats sont présentés selon le secteur d’appartenance, la syndicalisation, la taille de l’entreprise, le secteur d’activité et le type d’emploi défini en fonction du taux de présence des femmes.