What's hindering attracting talent at your organization?

Salary and benefits54%

Lack of advancement opportunities48%

Work environment37%


Nature of processing performed18%

I don't know2%



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Director in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
I’m probably the one “other” vote as our CEO still plans to enforce 100% in the office and 100% at your roles HQ. Example if you switch from IT Corp which HQ is North Carolina to Aerospace IT you need to move to Arizona. In the past you could change roles without disrupting your family or spouse’s career. We’ve already lost a lot of talent and some new talent has declined offers due to the policy. We’ll see how it changes as all departments and roles face this challenge, not just IT
Director of Engineering in Media, 10,001+ employees
I am more like I don't know. Salary is very subjective and will always be a factor but that does not stop getting talent if you are a good pay master. There are always multiple reason for every candidate.
IT Director, Supply Chain Digital in Manufacturing, 10,001+ employees
Would like to add culture to this poll. Work environment comes close but I believe culture is an important factor among the gen z.
Director of Finance, Self-employed
I think removing or reducing remote work options would be a barrier as well. As much as we like to go back to "normal", we need to figure out how we can encourage employees to be innovative and make them feel included in the company culture. 

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