SSON Global Shared Services Salary Market Report 2017
Singapore, 14 November 2017 – The Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON) has recently published the SSON Global Shared Services Salary Market Report 2017 – its latest complimentary resource for the shared services community online.
This is the first salary study to focus specifically on the shared services industry. It provides a global comparison of salary costs, talent availability, market saturation, skill-sets, maturity, and recruitment growth trajectories to help shared services professionals in optimising their global staffing footprint.
“Tapping into the right talent at the right price and for the right process – no matter where that talent is located – translates into a competitive advantage. But to make the right decisions requires data, lots of it – much of which is generally beyond the reach of shared services leaders or local recruiters,” said Barbara Hodge, Global Editor at SSON.
Containing a wealth of information and insights from the SSON’s global data centre – SSON Analytics, as well as crowdsourced data from the SSON Salary Index – a shared services salary benchmarking platform, this complimentary report is set to answer key challenges faced by shared services leaders globally, including the following:
How to optimise talent resourcing decisions?
What drives salary?
How do global shared services salaries compare in different regions?
How to guide current recruitment priorities based on global salary data?
To learn more, visit the SSON’s website to download a complimentary copy of the SSON Global Shared Services Salary Market Report 2017.
With over 120,000 members, the Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON) is the largest and most established community of shared services and outsourcing professionals in the world. SSON provides a platform for practitioners and vendors to connect with each other on a regional and global basis, both online and offline. Along with its global data analytics centre, SSON Analytics, SSON offers shared services professionals the information, tools and connections they need on a daily basis.