Figure Baltic Advisory is the leading labor market research and consulting agency in the Baltics. Since 2007, we have been conducting salary research and consulting our customers on related matters successfully across the Baltics. Formerly, Figure Baltic Advisory was known as Fontes in Estonia and Latvia. In Lithuania, our surveys were carried out under the name of Baltic Salary Survey.
Figure conducts yearly compensation surveys with the largest market coverage in the Baltics. We take pride in our reliable methodologies and substantial cross-section. We offer quality data and an easy-to-use summary of survey results. We support you throughout the whole survey process.
Consulting the Organizational Culture and Talent Management
Each organization has its own culture and specific needs. Based on your uniqueness, we help to develop comprehensive tailor-made solutions that really work for you. You can count on our advisory and support in the implementation process and beyond. Talent management, organizational structure and job management, remuneration, performance management – we can adress these together or separately.
Organizational research helps to map its employees´ perspectives and values, helping to highlight the strengths and development potential of any organization. On one hand, these serve as valuable input when planning any changes, on the other hand, these present a good opportunity to display the organization´s DNA outside of its inner circle of employees, for example in recruitment process.
We contribute to the creation of transparent and fair world of work, helping organizations develop and implement HR strategies and systems, as well as providing market compensation data on the general market and business sectors.
Figure Baltic Advisory is the leading labor market research agency and consultancy in the Baltics. For more than 25 years, we have been conducting compensations surveys in the Baltic countries using the same methodology. Our compensation survey has the widest coverage of all the Baltic countries - covering more than 1 000 organisations and 300 000 jobs.