2019 bonus expectations survey.

Companies that benefit from a highly-engaged workforce are those that continuously meet their employees’ expectations and development needs.

bonus expectations survey 2019.

The annual Randstad Malaysia Bonus Expectations survey seeks to understand employees’ outlook of their annual bonuses and how it impacts their overall engagement with their organisations, as well as companies’ plans for bonus payouts to learn if expectations are aligned between employers and employees.

high expectations on bonuses 

83% of Malaysia-based employees are expecting to receive a bonus this year – a six-point increase from 2018. Out of which, 60% of the respondents said that they are anticipating an annual bonus averaging one to two months.  

employees’ bonus expectations not aligned with companies’ payout plans

85% of companies have plans for a bonus payout in 2019 to recognize and reward employees.Out of which, 20% are rewarding their staff for their performance and dedication in 2018 with a 3 to 5 months’ bonus.

However, 33% of the employees surveyed are expecting a yearly  bonus averaging three to five months.

Ryan Carroll, Country Manager of Randstad Malaysia hints, “Companies in some sectors will likely not budget for large bonuses this year due to the economic slowdown in Malaysia, which will have a direct impact on the business’s ability to earn a healthy profit.”

With more companies taking a conservative approach, is your industry one of those that are reducing bonus budgets? Or do you want to know how much your other peers are expecting or budgeting for bonus this year?

get the 2019 bonus expectations survey results

Using the latest results from the Randstad Malaysia Bonus Expectations Survey, you can gain new insights on how companies in Malaysia are planning for budget payouts this year and how will bonus impact employee engagement levels.

Simply fill in the form below to request your complimentary survey results today.