For professionals on the market for a new job in 2019 those with the right hard skills will not find the 2019 job market quite as challenging. According to analysis from networking site LinkedIn, 2019’s employers are looking for a combination of both hard and soft skills, with creativity topping the list of desired attributes. Having analysed data … Continued
Ireland Salary & Employment Insights Survey 2015
We at Lincoln Recruitment Specialists are delighted to present our Ireland Salary & Employment Insights Survey 2015. Through researching market trends, conducting interviews with business owners, tapping in to the knowledge of our experienced consultants and conducting an in-depth salary review we have developed this comprehensive guide which identifies the key recruitment trends for Ireland in 2015.
As the job market continues to improve, we are seeing increased recruitment activity across all our sectors and levels. Lincoln Recruitment’s main areas of expertise include Executive Search, Accounting & Finance, Banking & Financial services, Funds & Asset Management, Legal & Compliance and Human Resources. Our salary data covers this broad range of sectors which we have segmented in to key markets and professions as well as looking at regional factors that affect salary within Ireland.
In developing this detailed document, we have made every effort to provide relevant insights for both our clients and candidates. Employers will find value in this guide as we have highlighted the important factors employees consider when accepting a new role. We also found that company culture is playing a bigger role than ever with 57% of candidates consider culture as an essential factor when looking for a new role.
One of our major findings highlight how candidates are very fluid, ready and looking to grasp the next opportunity that will bring better career prospects, career progression and compensation. Hence there is now a distinct need for a renewed emphasis on and new ways of recruiting, on boarding and retaining top performers in the workplace.
Candidates, we have identified the key skills employers look for in today’s market and highlighted where the biggest skill shortages lie according to the companies we surveyed. Salary increases and bonuses have become increasingly widespread (58% of employees’ salaries increasing in 2014) and we believe salaries and remuneration will be a decisive factor for candidates on the market in 2015.
If you are interested in a career move, would like to find out how your salary ranks against industry averages, or are simply interested in the current recruitment market and the trends which will shape the recruitment market in 2015, Lincoln’s Salary & Employment Insights Survey 2015 has a multitude of information.
To download and view your free copy please click here or if you would prefer a hard copy please send request to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to speak to a consultant with regards any aspect of this survey, please contact us on 01 6610444.
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