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Top candidates attracted by bonuses and reward-based pay

Top candidates attracted by bonuses and reward-based pay
 
Crone Corkill, an Advantage Professional company, recently conducted a survey of 550 office support professionals within London which found that bonuses and reward- based pay are the most influential factors when deciding to apply for a job.
 
With over half of the vote, bonuses and reward-based pay were the clear winners. Pension schemes took second place, with just under a quarter of respondents marking this as their number one incentive. Healthcare came third with 20%, while just over two % said a company car and gym membership is the all important clincher for them.
 
Gabrielle Drake, Associate Director of Crone Corkill, an Advantage Professional company, commented: Gone are the days when salary was enough to recruit and retain top talent for your business providing attractive employee benefits is now just as important."
 
Today, companies are increasingly working to understand what makes their employees tick. This allows them to create an optimum benefits package that attracts and retains a wide range of individuals.
But whats in it for them?
 
As Gabrielle notes: The advantages to organisations providing these perks are countless - a happy and motivated workforce means greater job satisfaction, better performance, increased work quality, a positive working environment, lower staff turnover - the list goes on. It is a two way process, you look after your employees, and they will look after you.

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