manufacturing and logistics salary guide

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Enticing the best and brightest talent to work for your company means offering competitive salaries. According to our latest employer branding survey, Canadian job seekers agreed that compensation was the most important factor they consider when looking for a new role.

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Randstad's 2020 Manufacturing Salary Guide is your secret weapon. With this guide in hand, you'll have access to average salary information for various manufacturing and logistics positions across Canada. We've sorted salary data based on geographic location and years of experience, so no matter what role you're hiring for or where, you'll have a baseline salary to work with.

 
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manufacturing salaries in canada

Our 2019 manufacturing & logistics salary guide will help you find your place in the Canadian job market. This resource includes recommended salaries for jobs such as assemblers, electricians, machine operators, millwrights, welders, CNC machinists, forklift operators, and others. Data is sorted by experience, so it's easy to pinpoint where you fall on the salary spectrum. 

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how salary fits into your talent attraction strategy

It probably comes as no surprise that job seekers list salary as their #1 consideration when looking for a new job. To capture the attention of talent, you must offer competitive salaries that accurately reflect your location and the skills you're looking for. However, salary is just one part of your total compensation package. You also need to consider your brand's reputation, values and other benefits and perks such as office atmosphere, health and dental benefits, vacation, health and wellness initiatives and more.

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offer extra perks and benefits

According to our research, Canadians are increasingly looking for benefits and perks beyond their base salary. Popular benefits they seek out include health and dental, paid vacation, social activities, health and wellness perks, paid meals, company-provided phones and laptops, and advancement potential. Offering these benefits in conjunction with a fair-market salary is key to draw hot up-and-coming talent to work for you.

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align your values and culture

Today's most in-demand workers have their pick of employers. So they often want to choose a company that shares their values and priorities. This is especially true for younger generations like Millennials and Gen Z. Do you support diversity and inclusion? What about environmental initiatives? Define the characteristics of your workplace. Today’s workers are asking these questions before they consider working for you.

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manage your brand reputation

Social media and workplace review sites make it easy for employees to share their opinion of their employer for the world to see. Potential employees can form an impression without even meeting you. It’s important to monitor your reputation online, as well as actively shape it. Use your social media and online presence to show who you are as an employer. If you don’t, you’re missing out on a key opportunity to engage with talent.

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