Total 2020 compensation rises median 5% for top staffing execs at publicly traded firms: SIA

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November 23, 2021

Compensation for top staffing executives rose by a median 5.3% last year at staffing firms based in the US and Canada, according to a report released this week by Staffing Industry Analysts. It looked at the two most-highly paid executives at 42 publicly traded staffing firms globally; 24 of those firms are in North America.

Total compensation includes base pay, discretionary bonuses and stock awards among other types of compensation.

North American executives led in terms of compensation; their total compensation rose 5.3% last year. In comparison, total compensation fell by a median 10.1% at firms based in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and fell by a median 20.1% at firms based in Asia Pacific.

The highest-paid executives, globally, in terms of total compensation among the group of 42 firms were Jonas Prising, CEO of ManpowerGroup Inc. (NYSE: MAN), with total compensation of $11.9 million, and Gary Burnison, president and CEO of Korn Ferry (NYSE: KFY), with total compensation of $11.3 million.

The full report, “Staffing Executive Compensation Analysis: 2021 Update,” is available online to corporate members of Staffing Industry Analysts.

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