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U.S. Agribusiness HR Review – Ninety-one percent of agribusinesses increased salaries during the last 12 months and 43% had an average increase of 2.6-3%.  More than half of companies said all staff would receive a raise within the next year.  The full Agribusiness HR Review documents emerging industry trends and developments on a range of human resource management practices, including employee attrition, workforce trends, development, flexible staffing, bonus and incentive schemes, benefits, recruitment practices and employer branding strategies.


Infographic - Title: Let’s Talk Agribusiness Salaries. Sub-title: Brought to you by the Agribusiness HR Review. Image Text:  91% of agribusiness companies said salaries have increased during the last 12 months.  43% said that the average increase received by employees during the last 12 months is 2.6-3%.  The following percentages according to role type have received this raise:  39% Executive, 47% Middle Management, 40% Sales Staff, 57% Salary/Exempt, 54% Hourly/Non-Exempt.  57% said all staff would receive a raise within the next 12 months.  41% said some staff would receive a raise within the next 12 months.  92% of salary increases were given on behalf of merit or performance.  But what about next year?  47% said that they have budgeted between 3.1 – 3.5% salary increases for the next financial year.   Learn more about the Agribusiness HR Review at is here to offer support. To assist our employers and job seeker community, we have compiled a list of resources regarding COVID-19 and the agriculture industry. You will also find employment resources to help navigate through these difficult times.
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Last Updated: 04/01/2020