Salary Survey Guide - what should your financial service staff be earning in 2019?

There is no denying that we are in uncertain times with Brexit on pause and changes in the government, however when it comes to recruiting and retaining talent it is business as usual. 

Our recent report not only looks at wages but takes a deep dive into diversity in finance. We also look at the top reasons why financial service workers leave their jobs in 2019 and explore how banks and other financial organisations are preparing for change.

Download our latest guide to see the salaries your permanent staff and contractors in London are being paid. From accountancy and finance, to investment banking and change management, salaries and day rates are broken down into minimum range, mid range and maximum range.

We also have other materials and data to support clients/financial services:

Diversity and inclusion 

Each year Randstad financial services produce a report on diversity and inclusion within the financial services sector. Our 2019 report will be released in August but in the meantime you can view our 2018 report

Employer brand research

The Randstad Employer Brand Research -(we call it REBR) -  measures the perceived attractiveness of the UK's largest companies and what a potential candidate look for in a new employer. This year REBR has been conducted in 32 countries across the globe, surveying 6,162 companies via over 200,000 online respondents.  We have a detailed information on a number of the UK's leading financial service organisations if you want to know how you, or your competitions fair simply get in touch.

Workpocket guide - a complete HR guide 

Each year we provide a comprehensive HR guide a valuable resource for line managers. To receive your free copy in Q4 this year contact us.

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