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The biggest company that has increased the number of permanent employees is SK … The average salary is first place with 81.7 million won



SK Chairman Choi Tae-won (fifth to the left of the front row) and members of the Institute for Social Values ​​took commemorative photos after the opening ceremony at Hannam-dong's office in Seoul on July 30. [SK그룹 제공=연합뉴스]

SK Chairman Choi Tae-won (fifth to the left of the front row) and members of the Institute for Social Values ​​took commemorative photos after the opening ceremony at Hannam-dong's office in Seoul on July 30. [SK그룹 제공=연합뉴스]

SK Group has seen the largest increase in the number of full-time workers among the main domestic groups over the past year. SK Group ranks first among the groups in terms of average salary per employee.

As a result of the analysis of the third quarter report of listed companies belonging to 34 major domestic company groups (not including the financial group), the Group SK's registered employees were 48,619 at the end of the third quarter. This increased 8.5% (3670) from 43149), ranking first.

By group affiliation, SK hynix grew 2,328 full-time employees (9.0%), SK Telecom (524, 11.4%), SK Innovation (218, 12.6%), SK (213, 5.7%). It has improved a lot.

In terms of number of employees, not growth rates, the SK Group increased the number of full-time employees after the Samsung Group (3816, 2.1%), which had more than four times the number of regular employees.

Recently, SK Group, led by Chairman Choi Tae-won, promoted management of "social value" and measured and managed social value by group affiliation. Employment is also a leading indicator of social value creation.

Next, the Nonghyup Group (6.9%), the POSCO Group (6.0%), the Hyundai Department Store Group (5.6%), and the Lotte Group (4.7%) are among the top ranks of regular employees.

In comparison, the Hyosung Group saw the highest rate of decline, with 137% regular workers, down 6.6% (971) from last year, and the Cocoa Group (-6.0%), the Shinsegae Group (-5.4%), and GS Group (-4.9%). And Hyundai Heavy Industries Group (-4.3%) also saw relatively fewer regular jobs.

In addition, the average per capita salary paid to employees in the first three quarters of this year was 8715 million won, which was the largest among the group of companies analyzed.

SK Innovation's salary reached KRW 97 million, and SK hynix (96 million won), SK Telecom (95 million won), and SKC (81 million won) received more than 80 million won per employee in the first to third quarter. To be

Following the SK group, S-Oil (83.38 million won), Samsung Group (63.37 million won), Hyundai Motor Group (61.96 million won), and KT&G Group (61.32 million won) also have higher average salary.

On the other hand, the Shinsegae Group (303.2 million won), the Hyundai Department Store Group (32.89 million won), the Hyundai Heavy Industry Group (34.8 million won), the Hyosung Group (36.11 million won), and the Group CJ (36.19 million won) is among the lowest in average salary.

In terms of the average salary gap between men and women, the salary of POSCO Group female employees reached 43.85 million won (76.3%) for men (57.45 million won), the smallest gap.

In the case of Hyundai Motor Group, women (46.4 million won) accounted for 73.5% of men (63.15 million won), and Samsung Group (73.1%), SK Group (72.7%) and KT&G (72.3%) also had a relatively small gap.

By Lee Ji-young, staff reporter lee.jiyoung2@joongang.co.kr



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