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“2018 looks set to be the year of the customer. In previous years it was all about sales; new business, client acquisition, opportunity development etc. 2018 will change this. The focus is now on retaining those customers that took so much energy to get on in the first place.” Thoughts on the Market The competition for multilingual talent is higher than ever. As per previous years German, Dutch and the Nordic languages are the highest in demand. However, in 2017 we have seen companies avoiding competing for candidates based in Ireland by sourcing from mainland Europe and increasingly by setting up local offices to hire for senior local talent in-country. The pace of change in technology has led to a demand for more experienced candidates, where before entry-level roles required candidates merely to be fluent in a language(s). Now companies are requiring candidates to have experience, either practically or academically, in the industry or technology they are dealing with. Salaries As salaries have continued to rise companies have begun to look at more creative ways to both attract and retain staff. Our research has shown that lack of progression and management issues are the highest factors in staff churn. Companies are starting to realise that throwing money at these problems only temporarily solves the problem for employees. 2018 will see more initiatives involving employee engagement, clearly defined promotional paths and other initiatives that will seek to tackle these issues at source. In turn, salary increases will slow down. Top Tip for 2018 Go Digital! Everything that has not already gone online is going online. The hottest employers are in technology or eCommerce and they are all fighting for candidates who have digital experience. If anything this trend is set to continue so if you don’t have these skills, 2018 is definitely the time to get them. Looking for a multilingual job? Check out our latest jobs here
13 Hume St, Dublin D02 F861, Ireland.
39 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin D02 ND61, Ireland (Sales, Multilingual, Supply Chain)
Tel: + 353 1 4744 600
Fax: + 353 1 4744 641
33 South Bank, Crosses Green,
Cork T12 F611, Ireland.
Tel: +353 21 431 5770
Fax: +353 21 431 6407
4th Floor, Dockgate, Dock Road,
Galway H91 PC04, Ireland.
Tel: + 353 91 563868
Liber House, Monavalley Business Park,
Tralee, Co. Kerry
Tel: + 353 (0)66 4012325