aussiejohnIf the majority of your candidates are focussed on compensation, then I think you have major problems. You need to decide if you want to attract career minded candidates in it for the long haul or short term job hoppers who will cost your company dearly in the long run.
Recruitment is a costly business and if you have to keep doing it over and over again along with continually training new staff, then you might as well shut the doors.
Every organisation needs staff who are focussed on a career, ready willing and able to develop their skillsets, and become a valuable asset to the company over time.
Worldwide studies have shown time and time again that money is not the main motivator of staff. They want to be treated fairly, given advancement opportunities, training to develop skillsets, and to be recognised as making a contribution to the company.
From Australia, Melbourne
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