As a specialist on the topic of recruiting, StepStone regularly surveys candidates and personnel managers. The results of these surveys form the basis of our informative expert studies, which you can download here free of charge.
The current studies at a glance:
Happy Employees –
The "War For Talents" is becoming more and more intense. Today, it is of essential importance for employers to recruit the best candidates quickly and efficiently and to keep their top employees loyal. A high salary alone is not sufficient for that purpose. Employees – in particular high qualified staff who often has the choice between several job offers nowadays – want to feel comfortable at their workplace. The StepStone survey "Happiness at work" contains answers on which factors truly count for job satisfaction and how the employee can benefit from that. The survey defines happiness as an emotional state of wellbeing and satisfaction.
Salary Report 2012
In July 2012 StepStone conducted an online survey on the topic of salaries. In this period, 40,000 specialists and executive managers provided information about their income, educational background and the length of their previous professional experience, among other topics. This resulted in the StepStone Salary Report, which on over 60 pages provides an overview of the salaries of specialists and executive managers in Germany. Read about the level of salaries that candidates from various functional areas currently expect.
Employer Branding Report 2011
To succeed in the competition for the best candidates, companies must stand out from the crowd and promote themselves. In short: they have to engage in employer branding. But how can one’s own corporate brand image be improved? Through which channels should the corporate brand be communicated? These and other questions are answered in the Employer Branding Report, which is based on an extensive online survey conducted in 2011 in eight European countries and involving more than 6,000 candidates and 830 companies.
International job market study
on the topic of job mobility
The world is continually getting smaller. But is this also true for the working world? How many job seekers would be ready to move abroad for a new job? What are their motives? Which countries and cities are particularly appealing? A current study by StepStone and the Intelligence Group, in which more than 162,000 specialists and executive managers from 66 countries were surveyed, sheds light on precisely these questions and the reasons for job mobility. The survey offers valuable data and facts on the migration of qualified employees.
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