You’re likely reading this because it’s that meme isn’t it? That people don’t leave bad companies they leave bad leaders.
On this occasion the person leaving has gone onto a bigger, better job because of the awesome opportunities they seized and enjoyed during their career here.
Actually the boss is great too, described as an open book, cheerleader who always has got time for you.
So in addition to those great reasons there’s also that you only need to be in the office a couple of times a month to connect with the team.
Probably should come onto what you’ll be doing, well that’s as compelling. Ensuring this organisation remains competitive as an employer from a reward perspective is the priority.
With that making sure that roles are graded correctly and reward and benefit principles are embedded.
You’ll be offering the challenge and influence when it comes to pay and reward strategy.
Let’s talk about your reward experience, don’t wait for the New Year and a polished CV. Send me what you’ve got, I’ll be more interested in your story so far than the formatting!