2024 AFP Compensation and Benefits Survey Report

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According to the 2024 AFP Compensation and Benefits Survey Report, treasury and finance professionals realized a 4.4% increase in their 2023 base salaries. A total of 1,408 financial professionals responded to the survey, providing salary information for nearly 5000 incumbents.

Key highlights from the survey include:

  • In 2023, 68% of organizations awarded bonuses to their employees.
  • Employees cited limited resources (41%) and the volume of work (39%) as the most significant challenges faced.
  • The top criterion for measuring job performance is meeting pre-determined objectives/goals (71%).
  • Talent management remains a concern, with 60% of respondents citing recruiting skilled talent within treasury and finance as an issue at their organization. Other talent management issues include upskilling talent (48%) and retaining talent (41%).  
  • Flexibility in work schedules is an important benefit to 85% of survey respondents, and the majority of employers currently offer their employees a flexible working environment.

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If you are interested in referencing data from this report in marketing materials, etc. please contact Mariam Lamech, Director Survey Research at [email protected].

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