HSEQ & Sustainability Salary & Workforce Insights Survey 2024
Shirley Parsons is pleased to announce the launch of our fourth annual Salary and Workforce Insights Survey, covering the Health, Safety, Environmental, Quality and Sustainability professions.
We invite all HSEQ and Sustainability professionals to take a few minutes to complete this short survey.
As a company committed to finding the most talented candidates for our clients and guiding professionals toward fulfilling career paths, your input matters. By joining our survey, you contribute to a comprehensive report covering crucial aspects such as:
Diversity & Equity
The survey is hosted on a secure system, ensuring the confidentiality of your information. No personal or individual data will be identifiable or shared with any third party.
Once analysed, participants will receive a full copy of the report comparing their salary and career aspirations to the broader HSEQ and Sustainability workforce.
Key Insights from Our 2023 Survey
Last year, over 1,500 professionals completed the survey, providing invaluable insights. The findings revealed that management style and work content significantly influence career decisions. Additionally, HSEQ and Sustainability professionals anticipate a 15.2% salary increase when seeking new opportunities Additionally, professionals in the Energy and Consultancy sectors expressed higher satisfaction levels, while those in Education and Rail sectors showed comparatively lower satisfaction. The survey also highlighted a 7% increase in the proportion of women entering the industry. Explore last year's survey results here.
Sustainability Salary & Workforce Insights
In response to the growing importance of Sustainability, Environmental, and ESG disciplines, we've launched our first comprehensive survey dedicated solely to professionals in these fields. This tool serves as a valuable resource for both clients and candidates in making informed career or hiring decisions. Download the survey results here.
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