In collaboration with our research and insights team at Network HR, we have compiled the 2022 Salary Report with a focus on three core sub-sectors in Financial Services; Banking, Asset Management, and Insurance. This report highlights the different specialisms within Human Resources across varying levels of seniority to enable a direct comparison between each sub-sector. In addition to the remuneration figures, we also explore hiring trends and outline sought-after benefits that our HR community has listed as a key driver in their compensation package with research and data provided by employee benefits leader, Unum.
The Executive Network Group were delighted to host a Q&A with Marcia Ore - Head of Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion at EMCOR UK. Marcia shares her journey within her incredible 30-year career, and how from starting her career in the Police she has been an active driver for change in the ED&I space, and is now implementing this within the FM industry.
Executive Network Group were delighted to host a Q&A with Colin Kimber, Associate Director at Pareto, where we discuss his FM career, his passion for ED&I and involvement with LGBT+ in FM.
Colin also shares advice for fellow FM leaders to help create an inclusive workplace and a collaborative sector where best practice around ED&I can be shared.
The construction industries’ track record for female employees is less than stellar. According to Willmott Dixon – only 12.8% of the workforce is made up of women workers and only 1% of that number work on-site. The pay gap is also rife throughout the sector with male supervisors being paid 45% more than female workers in the same role.
With the global job market the hottest it has been since the Covid19 Pandemic started in early 2020 - and with the introduction of the great resignation - employees leaving organisations for pastures new is to be expected.
The Executive Network Group’s Network Team has recently conducted an executive-level salary review of over 1,700
profiles, across the central functions of the UK’s manufacturing sector, including food, drink, paper, and packaging.
Sustainability goes hand-in-hand with environmentalism but is often mistook for being the same thing. The true meaning of ‘sustainable’ runs much deeper – it is often defined as ensuring current needs are met whilst ensuring future generations are afforded the same. Of course environmental factors play a key role when considering how to improve sustainability, but it is also imperative to remember the various other aspects that filter into the wider meaning of sustainability.
The biggest challenge construction businesses will face over 2022 will be to maintain and preserve their employee’s mental health standards. Statistically, the construction industry contains the largest number of suicidal deaths in comparison to any other sector. According to Health and Safety Executive (HSE) statistics, 18% of reported work-related illnesses in the UK construction industry are the result of mental health problems such as stress, depression, or anxiety and account for 400,000 working days lost each year. Further construction data reports:
In this blog we'll be exploring the latest innovations from the world of aerospace manufacturing and the trends that will be at the forefront of the sector going into 2022.