Although it’s hard to find all the pieces to a puzzle, but when you finally connect them together, you realize their place in the big picture.
Finding the right talent is no easy task in today’s competitive landscape
It takes a lot of professional persistence.
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As an employer, what should you know?
Recruiters who feel it's a candidate-driven market
Employers who feel it's a candidate-driven market
Recruiters who claim talent shortage is the biggest challenge in hiring
The disconnect between candidates and employers
- Question to Candidates: What is most important to you when looking to make a job move?
- Question to Employers: What do you feel is most attractive to prospective hires about your company?
What’s most important/attractive?
- Sense of camaraderie (for candidates) 6%
- Sense of camaraderie (for employers) 38%
- Fun, engaging company culture (for candidates) 17%
- Fun, engaging company culture (for employers) 38%
- Collaborative environment (for candidates) 20%
- Collaborative environment (for employers) 40%
- Better company culture (for candidates) 48%
- Greater access to emerging technology (for candidates) 7%
- Greater access to emerging technology (for employers) 27%
- Improved work-life balance (for candidates) 47%
- Emphasis on work-life balance (for employers) 42%
- Training/continuing education (for candidates) 6%
- Training/continuing education (for employers) 22%
- Advancement opportunities (for candidates) 72%
- Advancement opportunities (for employers) 40%
- Better compensation opportunities (for candidates) 57%
- Competitive compensation packages (for employers) 49%
- Other (for candidates) 11%
- Other (for employers) 2%
The Candidate Perspective
Top candidates that are looking to make job moves are most focused on jobs that can provide advancement opportunities, followed by improved compensation packages. This demonstrates that while compensation is an important deciding factor, job moves are largely driven by the chance for more responsibility and upward mobility that typically result in greater compensation. That said, the opportunity must present a reasonable work-life balance to be considered worthwhile.
The Employer Perspective
Choosing competitive compensation most often, employers appear to be slightly disconnected from what candidates prioritize when considering a job move: advancement opportunities.
When researching employment opportunities, job seekers expect employers to provide:
- Salary and compensation information
- Benefits packages
- Basic company information
- What makes it an attractive place to work
- Company mission, vision, and values