Logistics Recruitment has released its quarterly Salary Guide for quarter 4 (Q4 April to June 2007) including updates and commentary of market trends for the supply chain and logistics industry.
Specifically designed for the logistics and supply chain industries, the Salary Guide is a tool that provides detailed information about the people that make up the industry. This specialist Salary Guide has been a valuable and influential management tool portraying key recruitment trends, statistics and commercial indicators across a broad range of sectors within the supply chain and provides a strong barometer of economic activity and its impact on the industry.
According to Darryl Judd, General Manager, Logistics Recruitment Australia, the Salary Guide has the ability to monitor trends, drivers of change and forecast issues that will impact the industry in the years to come.
“The Salary Guide has been designed to assist the entire industry to ‘better understand’ the who, what and why make-up of this market. Key drivers for change that have recently emerged through the Guide include salary sacrifices, Fringe Benefits Tax, child care and medical care allowances which are all significant areas to retain and recruit key staff to any organisation within the industry.” Mr Judd said.
“Remuneration benchmarking is a critical component of HR and general business planning and the Salary Guide is a useful tool in this regard. At a time of strong economic growth, unprecedented talent shortage in the economy in general, and across much the Supply Chain in particular, it is vital for organisations to link remuneration strategy to your HR, recruitment and retention philosophy and practice.” he said.
The Logistics Recruitment Salary Guide is updated at the end of each financial quarter and is recognised as Australia’s remuneration benchmarking tool for the logistics and supply chain industries.
Logistics Recruitment provides specialist industry and client-specific remuneration benchmarking consulting services across all positions.