Alexander Daniels Global has started collecting responses for their yearly global Additive Manufacturing Salary Survey. This is the fifth consecutive year that the recruitment company conducts the most comprehensive salary study in the industry.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s survey is ever more important; more important for companies to understand talent motivations, and more important for professionals to understand hiring intentions and the job market, on the back of many layoffs.
Besides salaries, talent market insights, and the hiring landscape, this year’s survey seeks to provide insights and indications of the impact that COVID-19 has had (and continues to have) on the additive manufacturing talent and job market.
This year’s survey seeks to (also) answer:
- What impact has COVID-19 had on professionals’ willingness to change jobs? And inherently, will hiring become increasingly difficult?
- To what extent has the AM Industry been affected by layoffs and furloughs?
- Has COVID-19 had an impact on the willingness to relocate?
- What are the attitudes towards remote work among AM professionals and organisations?
- Has the crisis had an impact on what professionals value most in a job?
- What should companies offer in order to attract the best talent?
- Has COVID-19 had an impact on salaries? On hiring?
Competition for employers
Alexander Daniels Global is calling on both AM Professionals and Employers to participate in the survey, and is hosting a competition for those organisations / employers that participate, as an incentive. Teamed up with the Barnes Global Advisors and Janne Kyttanen, ADG is offering invaluable prizes for the winners of the competition. The grand first prize is a tailored consultancy package provided by Barnes Global Advisors (on training), Janne Kyttanen (on creativity and value), and Alexander Daniels Global (on talent and HR). Read more about the competition and prizes here.
To participate, organisations must
- Participate in the 2020 AM Salary Survey for Employers
- And like or comment on any of the company’s LinkedIn posts related to the competition, (indicated by #SalarySurveyEmployerCompetition)
The data that the organisations provide is treated with strict confidentiality and the answers will only be reported in aggregate form, so individual responses, company names, salaries, and so forth cannot be identified.
The competition runs from now until November 30th 2020, whereafter the winners will be drawn amongst the participants, by random.
Watch the panel debate with the providers of the first prize in the Salary Survey Employer Competition, John Barnes, Iulia Oprea, Janne Kyttanen and Nick Pearce:
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