Australian IT professionals are seemingly an unsettled lot, with many of them planning to jump ship and look for a new job in the next 12 months, and others prepared to move from their current employer if approached with the right offer.
Despite it being an ineffective staff retention method, “Counter Offering” is increasingly being used as the tool of choice by employers of IT professionals as they struggle to hold onto quality talent in a rebounding market, according to specialist IT recruiter Greythorn.
As the saying goes, ‘money talks’, and it seems that’s the case for more than for six out of ten Australian employees who say the reason they leave organisations, and move sideways to a similar role, is about money.
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