Appointments Personnel have published their annual 2018 Recruitment Outlook and Salary Survey report and are using it to uncover employee attitudes when moving jobs. The objective is to help aid staff retention for local businesses.
With new figures revealing that over half of UK workers are looking to move into a new role, the Staffordshire based recruitment business is keen to discover the attitudes of local employees and employers when it comes to leaving currents roles and staff retention.
The report, which is created by Appointments Personnel each year, gives local businesses and jobseekers a complete overview of the regional recruitment landscape and a valuable salary benchmarking tool to gauge how attractive employment packages are for engaging and retaining quality employees in our area. The report contains vital information about recruitment trends as well as real time salary information and gives employers insights into what jobseekers deem to be the most important perks and benefits when looking for employment.
Emma Bonfiglio, managing director of Appointments Personnel, said: “According to research at CV Library, at present, one in five SMEs are struggling with high levels of staff turnover and are having a hard time retaining quality members of staff. In order to rectify this problem, companies need to look internally and think of ways that they can boost morale and create a better culture within their company.
“Offering fair and competitive packages with clear room for progression is a sure fire way to ensure that staff feel motivated and good about the work that they are doing,” she says. “Our annual Salary Survey acts as a helpful local salary benchmarking tool and enables employees to find out how their current pay rates matches up in comparison to those in similar roles.”
The company’s report is locally focused to give employees and job seekers a clear indication about local salaries and also give them an opportunity to compare these against regional averages. “We are now seeking help from employers and employees locally and will be sending e-shots to all of our clients and candidates with links to webpages where they will be able to get involved,” said Bonfiglio.
Employers looking to get involved can visit: https://appointmentspersonnel.co.uk/employers-survey