Robert Walters Thailand launched the Global Salary Survey 2015 to key media and clients today at The St. Regis Bangkok. Gerrit Bouckaert, Robert Walters Thailand Country Manager shared during the presentation that organisations in Thailand will need to look beyond remuneration in order to retain their best talent.
The Nation noted reported that candidates who switched jobs in 2014 could command an average salary increment of 20-25 per cent, and the trend is likely to continue in 2015.
"Hiring managers in Thailand will continue to compete for business-savvy Thai professionals with bilingual abilities and international exposure. With these professionals in limited supply, companies need to make swift decisions during the recruitment process and provide comprehensive career development, work-life balance as well as attractive compensation and benefits packages," said Gerrit.
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