What am I worth?
Robert Half provides an overview of the most recent starting salaries. This will give you an idea of what the market offers for a given position.
An ideal way to be well prepared when starting to negotiate remuneration or to set up a benchmark for your employees.
How are salaries calculated?
The salaries are starting salaries based on Belgian averages. They vary by region, experience level, size of the business, sector, employee skills and the organisation itself.
The salary ranges provided are monthly gross salaries. Bonuses, incentives and any other fringe benefits are not taken into account.
By multiplying the salaries by 13.92, you will get the gross salary for each job title.
Based on the percentage variance, national salaries can be adjusted for the different regions of Belgium.
More than just a salary
In order to recruit, motivate and retain staff, companies also need to consider benefits that have no monetary value. Remuneration does not always have to be expressed in the form of a pay rise, bonus or other fringe benefit. Additional days off, recognition of work well done, the chance to expand one’s range of duties and the development of a pleasant company culture are only a few examples of effective non-financial rewards.
In addition, many companies are considering the possibility of flexible remuneration policy that allows staff to customize their own remuneration package. Read all about it in the Robert Half Salary Guide 2017.