As they say, you get what you pay for. The decision to underpay your employees or pay less than the industry average is risky. Budget restraints and financial considerations always play into decisions about how…
How much do you pay your employees? Do you pay the industry average? Do you pay them as much as your competitors? Paying your employees more than the industry average can be a significant competitive…
If you are like most professionals, you want to make more money. Who doesn’t, right? Most of us have an idea of where our current salary falls on the wage scale in comparison to other professionals with similar experience and credentials. What if you could get the full picture of how much you could and should be making? LinkedIn Salary will do this for you.
t’s not surprising to hear that technology jobs are in high demand, especially when it comes to specialized skills such as programming. It’s also not that surprising to hear that there are tech jobs that pay well. But what are the skills that are in demand and the positions that offer a great salary?
Compensation is always at the top of the list of factors that influence a candidate to be interested in a job or career path. Who doesn’t want to have a good paying job, right? Job satisfaction and overall happiness are other important factors. No one wants to go to a job that they dread day after day.
Determining how much to pay an employee can be challenging. You want to set your rates so you can attract the right people, but you also have budgetary considerations to account for.
We are thrilled to be included for more than 10 years in Marketing Magazine’s annual Salary Benchmarks publication. Salary Benchmarks coverOn newsstands now, the article breaks down who’s making what in the marketing industry and why. It includes data and salary ranges for 89 key positions, with first-hand accounts and data from 21 high-profile industry-specific recruitment professionals, including IQ PARTNERS’ own Bruce Powell, Randy Quarin, Mark Rouse, and Maurizio Calconi. According to the article, “the result is a comprehensive snapshot of the modern marketing job landscape”.