Artis HR: Salary Survey
At Artis HR, we to provide up-to-date market insight and expert knowledge on your sector. Here we offer key information within the HR sector, covering permanent andInterim rates across South West England, London and the Midlands.
2016 has been an active year for HR permanent recruitment, with volumes increasing to levels not seen since pre 2008 recession levels. It started with strong demand for HR managers and HR generalists; as we moved further into the year, demand also picked up strongly for Reward and Compensation & Benefits specialists, learning and development (L&D) and training experts.
SMEs proved to be more active than the larger financial services institutions. Recruiters were in high demand mid-year, especially from tech firms, which suggests there will be continued growth in other areas of HR throughout 2017.
In general, the permanent market is now highly candidate-driven, with many HR professionals not actively looking for new opportunities. This is particularly true at the senior end where the top rated talent will not consider new opportunities unless approached directly.