finance & business admin talent are crucial.

Filling these roles with great candidates, however, isn’t easy. More than ever, organisations need offer a compelling employee value proposition with a strong employer brand at a time of talent scarcity and a widening skills gap.

So, how can companies become an employer of choice?

Our latest Randstad Employer Brand Research (REBR) shows that compensation and benefits remain the most important consideration for these two groups of workers, but their preferences diverge when it comes to the softer benefits employers offer. Whereas career progression is clearly an important factor for finance workers (cited by 52%), business administration workers rank a pleasant work atmosphere more important (51%). Job security comes in second for business administration workers and fourth for finance professionals.

Like other professionals during the Great Resignation, more finance and business administration workers have left their jobs during the second half of 2021. Our data shows 12% have switched jobs, and 23% intend to switch. Both figures are up compared with the previous year.

Companies should develop a well-balanced package to incentivize job seekers to join their business and employees to stay. More insights on how organisations can do this is available in the newly released Randstad Employer Brand Research – Finance & Business Administration report, click below to download:

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