Event Info:

  • Thu 17 January, 2019 - Fri 08 February, 2019
  • 08:30 - 17:00
  • Supported by EuroCham

Details

As the previous one, run in 2018, this survey is 100% anonymous, no information being collected on the companies who answer to the questionnaire. “Even our team doesn’t have access to individual answers, which are anonymous anyway”, explains Mr. Guillaume Rebiere, Executive Director of CCI France Myanmar. “We are only interested in big data, and we will only gather, analyze, and publish collective general data on sectors and positions. Which is why the more companies will participate in this study, the more accurate, reliable and representative the information will be”.

This survey is also available for free, since the results of the survey will be published on CCI France Myanmar’s website for anyone to download free of charge. “Which is why”, Mr. Rebiere continues, “by taking this survey and supporting us, companies are actually helping themselves, since they will have free access to valuable data regarding the level of salaries in their sectors. This is something unique in Myanmar, where business intelligence is scare and/or expensive”.

The Myanmar Salary Survey will be conducted every 6 months, in order to continuously provide up-to-date information to companies and to their employees. It is part of the free services that the French Myanmar Chamber of Commerce provide to support the sustainable development of companies in Myanmar.

The first survey, which was launched in June 2018, and published in August 2018, gathered answers from 243 companies from all sectors operating in Myanmar. The target for this second edition is to receive at least 500 participations.

This project is part of the activities implemented by the CCI France Myanmar’s Human Resources Committee, which brings together 15 Members of the French Myanmar Chambers of Commerce and Industry, representatives of the different sectors. This HR Committee aims at helping Members of CCI France Myanmar to discuss shared challenges, to exchange information and to implement projects together.

One of these other projects was the publication, in December 2018, of the first edition of the “Human Resources Guide to Myanmar”, which is available for free on CCI France Myanmar’s website.

To participate in the survey, click here.