US companies risk losing talent to big spenders

Even though salary is by far the biggest attraction for employees in the pharma, biotech and medical devices sectors, less than a fifth of employers consider salaries when looking at recruitment and retention, according to Real Life Sciences’ latest report on ‘Recruiting and retaining a competitive workforce’.

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Sign on bonuses & stock options a sign of things to come

Stock options and sign on bonuses are increasingly becoming the norm in SMEs and medical devices companies according to the results of Real Life Sciences’ latest report ‘Recruiting & retaining a competitive workforce’.

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Demand drives salaries up across quality assurance and regulatory affairs

Competition for quality assurance and regulatory affairs professionals continues to push up salaries across Europe according to Real’s ‘Recruiting & retaining a competitive workforce’ report.

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Pharma and medical devices firms turn their sights to the States

Half of European pharma, biotech and medical devices companies considering international recruitment are looking to the United States to help them fill their skills gaps according to Real’s ‘Recruiting & retaining a competitive workforce’ report.

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