Credit Suisse and Google among 2019s highestpaying UK organisations

first_imgFinancial services organisation Credit Suisse, technology businesses Google and Microsoft and consultancy firm McKinsey and Company are among the top 25 highest-paying organisations in the UK, according to research by employment review website Glassdoor.Its 25 highest paying companies in the UK for 2019 report is based on UK employee salary reports that have been shared on Glassdoor between 1 March 2018 and 28 February 2019; this takes into account base salary as well as other forms of compensation, such as commission, tips and bonuses. To be considered for the final list, organisations must receive at least 30 salary reports within the reporting period.The report found that the median total compensation package across the UK’s highest-paying organisations, including base pay and bonuses, is between £61,000 and £90,000 a year.The highest-paying industry sectors are finance and technology; organisations such as Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Just Eat all feature in the report with median total compensation packages of £74,000, £70,000 and £66,500 respectively.The top 10 highest-paying organisations in the UK for 2019 are:Credit Suisse: median total compensation of £90,000 and median base salary of £82,000.SAP: median total compensation of £90,000 and median base salary of £66,000.Deutsche Bank: median total compensation of £89,500 and median base salary of £80,000.Facebook: median total compensation of £89,000 and median base salary of £74,000.Standard Chartered: median total compensation of £85,000 and median base salary of £76,000.Salesforce: median total compensation of £85,000 and median base salary of £66,806.Dell: median total compensation of £84,825 and median base salary of £62,500.Oracle: median total compensation of £80,000 and median base salary of £66,250.UBS: median total compensation of £80,000 and median base salary of £75,000.Google: median total compensation of £78,000 and median base salary of £62,500.John Lamphiere (pictured), Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) managing director at Glassdoor, said: “It is no surprise that multinational tech and finance firms dominate the list, given that both industries compete fiercely for talent, especially when it comes to tech roles.“While salary and bonuses might get people in the door, it is more likely to be culture and career progression that help people stick around in the long term.”last_img

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