In 2023, job vacancies have remained high in the past year despite falling from the peak in May 2022, with resignation rates also persisting as employers find it hard to keep up with inflation.
2023 has been a tough year for most due to uncertainty and economic challenges, rising inflation, the cost of living crisis, and high-interest rates. This has undoubtedly caused significant pressures for businesses worldwide, impacting cash flow, turnover and profitability.
The pandemic has transformed the future of work into the present reality, even a few years later. Many businesses have continued to focus on adapting to the changes in hybrid working, employee well-being and technology automation. Companies are increasingly hiring based on skills rather than qualifications, while employees seek more flexibility and better well-being support on top of a good salary.
Whatever your recruitment plans are for the year ahead, HRC would be delighted to support you. Whether you need temporary solutions or permanent hires, entry-level candidates, or senior appointments, our teams of experts are poised to help you achieve those goals. Indeed, this salary survey is designed to give you a competitive edge in attracting talent to your business. The knowledge of the figures candidates seek in particular roles will only strengthen your offering in your particular market.
To get a copy of our Salary Survey for 2023/24, please contact your HRC Recruitment Consultant.