We recently surveyed key hiring decision makers from 62 companies and 4,134 professionals about how organisations are trying to combat the ‘Great Resignation’ challenge and successfully attract, hire, retain and engage people.
Most people’s primary career motivation is to earn as much money as they can; it’s natural to strive for a higher salary as you progress through your career. Carrying out a salary comparison will reveal how your pay compares to others in similar positions and can provide you with a good starting point from which you can ask for a pay rise.
Would you like to work for a business where everyone knows how much each other is earning? No hushed conversations. A culture of salary openness. Well, that may only be just around the corner; pay transparency is gaining more and more traction.
If you’ve moved jobs recently, then you’re certainly not alone. There has been a mass movement of professionals leaving their employment in search of new opportunities.
Recent data suggests that a greater number of workers are quitting their jobs now than has been seen for the last 20 years. It seems that the pandemic has triggered professionals to rethink the direction of their careers and has inspired them to move roles in their masses.
As a choice for your career, contracting offers an invaluable opportunity for you to take full control of the direction of your professional life. In this guide, we will provide you with some expert advice and guidance that will help you transition seamlessly into a contract role.
In this guide, we are going to give you a whistle-stop tour of how to hire contractors in the current market. Broken down into four key areas - as outlined below - this guide will give you an overview of how to find and hire contracting talent.
There’s an age-old question which divides many recruiters and key hiring decision makers: when advertising a role, should you include the salary range in the job ad?
It’s undeniable that the improved work-life balance from hybrid work is beneficial - not only for an individual, but also their employer. The employee gets to fit more of their life around work, and their company (according to numerous studies) reaps the rewards of boosted productivity when the employee is working.