Salary monitor

November 2004
Personnel Today;11/30/2004, p43
Trade Publication
This article discusses the methodology adopted by "Personnel Today," and Hays Human Resources to map the salary offered to HR executives employed in Great Britain. Quoted salaries are based on years of experience, three to four years in a training environment. Training is a specialist field in itself and most training rotes demand experience within a particular sector or skill set, as a result, candidates can be in short supply. Employers within the IT sector often find they have to pay premiums in order to attract the high caliber candidates with specific IT skills and experience.


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