Posted by Paladin on September 26, 2014
We’re all aware that job creation is steadily improving and many companies are beginning to reinvest in marketing, creative, communications and digital talent. Because of this, the competition for the best talent is intensifying. It’s important to understand and offer the right marketing , PR and graphic design salaries to draw in the most talented creative professionals.
Retention Requires Looking Beyond the Salaries
However, in order to retain the very best, you need more than just an understanding of salary figures. You also need to know how to measure important factors like their abilities, soft skills, qualities and aspirations to see if they sync with your company’s goals and culture. It’s clear that companies that have the most effective recruitment and retention programs are the ones that take a more universal approach, offering candidates a comprehensive employment experience; this includes key factors like: employee recognition, multigenerational collaboration, a positive and productive work environment, and a true commitment to work/life balance.
Where Can I Find Resources for Success?
In this competitive environment, look no further than our team at Paladin! We are pleased to present our 2015 Salary Guide – your go-to resource for the most comprehensive data for a variety of positions. Need to know 2015’s marketing salaries? No problem! Want to make sure your current graphic design salaries are truly competitive? Our guide can help.
Allow us to offer you a free copy of our guide. Inside it, you will find key information and insight you need to truly measure top talent, make an offer that is more than just a number and retain your best talent for the company’s overall success.
Top Creative Talent, Accurate & Fair Salaries – An Excellent Combination
Our 2015 Salary Guide will be your best-kept secret in order to attract and retain top talent. Get the in-depth look at salaries for the most sought-after positions and the industry trends that will keep you ahead of the curve.