By Bruce Powell, Founder & Executive Recruiter Pay transparency has become a hot topic lately. With increased focus on diversity in the workplace, the question of fair compensation for women is an important discussion. It’s…
Attracting top talent isn’t always about the money. In fact, there are many other compensatory factors, in addition to organizational culture and work environment, that go into a candidate’s thought process when considering a career move.
Compensation matters. It plays a key role in a candidate’s decision to apply for a position, and it has an impact on a company’s ability to attract and retain top performing talent in their industry. It’s no secret that when companies don’t pay well, word gets around and they develop a reputation for being “cheap.”
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.
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.
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