Salaries of Guatemalan administrators go up despite crisis

Almost all Guatemalan companies plan to increase the salaries of their managers next year, despite the international financial crisis.

Monday, December 1, 2008

96% of the companies intend to increase executive salaries, according to a survey by PriceWaterhouseCoopers carried out among those companies which use their services.

According to the study results, provided to the AFP by the firm's analyst, Roberto Monge, the salary increases will be between 7% and 11% since the companies are trying to avoid the turnover of executives which increased in the second semester of 2008-

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