Yes the numbers are important…but it’s not all about money.

 

“Whether you’re a trainee,  qualified accountant or hiring manager you’ll know that great reward, be it extrinsic (financial) or intrinsic (non-financial) is at the heart of every business.”  Elaine Brady | Managing Partner | Barden Dublin

Yes salary is important but the recent Chartered Accountants Ireland Leinster Society Salary Survey, in partnership with @Barden, shows that it’s not just all about the money!

  • 50% of those who took part would be willing to give up 10% of their salary in return for flexible working arrangements.
  • A further 84% of respondents place some value or a lot of value on work life balance/flexible working arrangements.
  • 30% are supported with further study opportunities.

Included also are a list of the most common fringe benefits in the sector including institute subscriptions, pension scheme, health insurance, share options and sponsored personal development.

The Salary Survey is the perfect guide for you in terms of salary, fringe benefits and other rewards in the accounting sector.

 

 

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