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Posted Jim Fearon, Hays VP on Thursday, Feb 19, 2015
Ninety-five per cent of oil and gas professionals said salary is the most important factor when considering a new role. In addition, 92 per cent of job seekers judge company reputation as a crucial element in their decision making process when evaluating new job opportunities, according to the sixth annual Oil & Gas Salary Guide (‘the Guide’), produced by recruiting experts Hays Oil & Gas.
To attract top talent, 72 per cent of employers felt they had to make improvements to their employee offering in the last year, including training and development, compensation and rewards.
As company reputation is such a significant factor for job seekers in evaluating a job opportunity, employers increasingly have to develop a compelling employee value proposition to be perceived as an employer of choice. In order to compete for the best talent and niche skills, employers must showcase their training and professional development programmes to help promote their brand and set themselves apart in the industry.
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