30% of industry execs would quit without pay rise


Nearly 30% of professionals in the catering equipment industry admit they would quit their job if a pay rise was not forthcoming.

The absence of any fiscal reward or incentive from their current employer is the main reason that industry professionals would look elsewhere for work, according to initial findings from the Catering Insight and FEJ Job Satisfaction and Salary Survey.

However, financial gain wasn’t the main factor that professionals claim would influence their decision to move on. 33% of respondents said they most likely to quit their job if they didn’t feel part of a great team, reinforcing the need for employers to create a happy working environment and promote camaraderie among staff.

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The full results of the Job Satisfaction and Salary Survey will be published in a forthcoming edition of FEJ and WatchPro.

The survey is still open and we urge everybody to take part in order to create the best possible data.

The survey is completely anonymous. It does not ask for any contact information and does not attach e-mail addresses to the surveys as they are completed so there is no way of knowing who has provided the answers.


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