“Talent management is the most important aspect of managing any organisation. Those you hire and retain impact every aspect of business including performance, productivity and most importantly profitability. Investing time in budgeting and planning your talent acquisition and retention is key to building stronger, longer-lasting teams and ultimately to the success of your organisation.” Ed Heffernan | Managing Partner | Barden Leinster
Recruiting and retaining great people, and building super teams, isn’t rocket science but trying to do so without the latest insights on salaries, benefits and what’s important to those looking for new opportunities could be classed as madness!
To make sure you’re armed to set the right budgets to attract and retain the cream of the crop check out the Chartered Accountants Ireland Leinster Society Salary Survey, in partnership with Barden.
The Salary Survey results are sure to help you in building your world class accounting and finance teams. Including market rates and a list of the most common fringe benefits this guide is sure to effectively help your budgeting and planning.
In Barden we can give you close to 100% accuracy on salaries right up to about 3 years PQE. From there it gets tricky as a myriad of variables begin to come into play. For many of our customers we provide bespoke salary advice for finance professionals at all levels depending on their unique set of circumstances. If you want bespoke salary advice for you or for your team drop us a line and we’ll put some time aside to make sure you’re armed with the right numbers. When it comes to salary advice, like everything in Barden, it’s personal.
Elaine Brady is Managing Partner with Barden Leinster. Following an undergrad in business with Trinity, Elaine joined the recruitment profession in 2004 and held a number of leadership roles with key recruitment firms before founding Barden in 2014. Working with a team of 15 experts Elaine advises leadership teams across Leinster on their talent attraction and retention strategy and is a regular speaker at institute events. Contact Elaine at firstname.lastname@example.org or via LinkedIn.