Statements of advice research available for institutional subscribers
legal and regulatory update for the life and health insurance sector

Hays survey NZ insurance employees about their intent to stay, pay raises and benefits, and other news

Insurance Business NZ reports on how Hays Salary Guide for FY22/23 spoke to insurance employees in New Zealand and Australia and found that 64% of New Zealand employees saying they intend to remain with their current employer.

52% saying they are more confident to ask for a pay raise this year, and 61% said they would benefit financially if they switched jobs.

… 55% of employers said they offered higher salaries than originally planned.

The top three benefits desired by employees are over 20 days of annual leave, more training (either external or internal), and a budget for home office setup or supplies.

More daily news:

Crombie Lockwood believes COFI Bill will cause a shift in NZ insurer's corporate conduct and culture

BNZ reveals refreshed brand promise 'Let's Find a Way'

Aon points to significance of catastrophe modelling

Tim Grafton says we need to act now to improve resilience to climate impacts if insurance is to remain widely available and affordable over the decades to come

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The comments to this entry are closed.