UK workers much less interested in salary.

You may think you can lure top talent to your company by offering them wads of cash, but, if you’re recruiting for your UK office, you might be disappointed.

A study out today by ManpowerGroup Solutions has discovered that jobseekers in the UK are among the least likely to be motivated by salary, with only a quarter (27 per cent) ranking this as an important factor when looking for a new job, compared with a global average of 54 per cent.

Workers in China and Mexico are much more money-motivated, with 81 per cent and 73 per cent respectively rating the compensation on offer as one of the most important things they look for when making a career decision.

Read more at: http://www.cityam.com/237360/uk-workers-much-less-interested-in-salary-when-job-hunting-than-their-global-counterparts-and-much-more-interested-in-the-job-description-and-type-of-work

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