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1 2014 SALARY SURVEY “The quality of an organisation can never exceed the quality of the minds that make it up” Harold R. McAlindon 2 CONTENTS SECTOR JUMP TO PAGE PAGE Welcome 3 Abrivia Market Research [Click Here] 4 Accountancy [Click Here] 10 Industry & Commerce [Click Here] 11 Temporary & Contract [Click Here] 14 Public Practice [Click Here] 15 Tax [Click Here] 16 Banking & Financial
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  1   2014 SALARY SURVEY  “The quality of an organisation can never exceedthe quality of the minds that make it up” Harold R. McAlindon  2   CONTENTS SECTOR JUMP TO PAGE PAGE   Welcome 3 Abrivia Market Research [Click Here] 4 Accountancy [Click Here] 10 Industry & Commerce [Click Here] 11 Temporary & Contract [Click Here] 14 Public Practice [Click Here] 15 Tax [Click Here] 16Banking & Financial Services [Click Here] 17Compliance & Risk [Click Here] 19 SECTOR JUMP TO PAGE PAGE Customer Services [Click Here] 21Human Resources [Click Here] 23Insurance [Click Here] 25IT & Telecoms [Click Here] 27Legal [Click Here] 30Office Support [Click Here] 33Sales & Marketing [Click Here] 35  3 We had entered five categories in total. We are delighted to announce that Abrivia Recruitment won two awards on the night including: Recruitment Company of the Year (Small) Finally I would like to thank all my hard working team here in Abrivia who helped put the survey information and our results together. I would especially like to thank Colin, Kerry and Kasia. Of course I would like to also thank all our clients who took part in our salary survey and provided us with really valuable insights in to the employment market for 2014.Warmest regards, Donal O’BrienMANAGING DIRECTOR WELCOME Welcome to Abrivia’s Annual Salary Survey 2014. We are delighted to present the document to you. We believe that it is one of the most comprehensive of its kind in the Irish recruitment market. After much research (both quantitative and qualitative) we have collated and summarised the information into our annual salary survey. We hope that the information contained herein is informative and provides you with an overview of what is happening in relation to salary movements and trends in the Irish job market. ECONOMIC OVERVIEW The recruitment market in Ireland again showed continuing signs of improvement in 2013. This was despite the back drop of a declining exports market. We feel that this may have been counterbalanced to some extent by the improvement in the domestic employment market. The number of people signing on last month fell to just over 390,000. Official figures showed 5,000 fewer people claimed benefits in November 2013 when the unemployment rate fell to 12.5 per cent, its lowest since July 2009. These figures indicate a recovery of the Irish employment market. Obviously we would see that the pace of recovery is still being curtailed by austerity. That said there are still a number of very positive indicators for the Irish market including many economists predicting an increase in GDP growth for 2014.  ABRIVIA BIG WINNERS AT THE RECRUITMENT ANNUAL AWARDS  As a recruitment consultancy Abrivia grew by 40% in terms of headcount and turnover in 2013. This enabled us to enter the 2013 Recruitment Awards. The annual National Recruitment Federation awards were held in the Shelbourne Hotel on Friday evening the 29th of November. These awards are the only industry-specific awards ceremony of its kind and the initiative is designed to identify and reward excellence in recruitment in Ireland. The awards were open to all NRF member agencies and were judged by an independent panel of judges. www. abrivia.ie  ABRIVIA SALARY SURVEY INTRODUCTION  4 RECRUITMENT 51.24% of Companies indicated that they are “very likely” to recruit in 2014 with a further 30.17% saying they are “likely” to recruit.Of these, 12% indicated they were “very likely” to recruit from the live register with a further 31% indicating they were likely.0Find candidates on live registerHire in 2014 VERY UNLIKELY UNLIKELY LIKELY VERY LIKELY20406080100120 www. abrivia.ie  ABRIVIA SALARY SURVEY MARKET RESEARCH
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