Specialist recruitment agency Appointments Personnel is in the process of creating its annual local recruitment outlook report and salary survey and is looking for employers across Staffordshire and Cheshire to take part.
The short online survey will enable Appointments Personnel to provide real time local insights to employers in their region on a number of different topics including what attracts candidates, salary expectations, the most sought after job perks and the challenges employers face recruiting during the current UK skills shortage.
Appointments Personnel enlist the help of their clients, candidates and local businesses to produce the detailed report, which will be available to download shortly, on the recruitment trends of Staffordshire and Cheshire, giving valuable information for both businesses and candidates.
Last year’s report highlighted the importance for employers to revisit their current benefits package to ascertain if it is in line with the expectations of quality candidates, to ensure their recruitment strategy is as robust as it can be and also to utilise both online and offline channels when advertising job vacancies.
Emma Bonfiglio, Managing Director of Appointments Personnel, said: “Our annual outlook report and salary survey is an invaluable tool for both employers and candidates in our local area.
“For employers especially, it provides an insight into what attracts candidates and draws upon some of the fundamental areas that they will need to work on if they are to hire the right staff for their organisation.
We’re urging all businesses in the Staffordshire and Cheshire area to take part in the survey to help us create a clearer understanding of what motivates people when it comes to seeking out employment.”
Employers keen to get involved in the salary survey can follow this link: https://appointmentspersonnel.co.uk/employers-survey/
For candidates, employees and jobseekers: https://appointmentspersonnel.co.uk/employees-survey/
Appointments Personnel help support local businesses with a vast array of free resources, such as templates for job adverts, advice on everything from absence management to workplace diversity, and the annual outlook report and salary survey.
To find out more visit: www.appointmentspersonnel.co.uk