2014 Salary Growth Estimates for Transport & Logistics Personal
A recent global salary survey undertaken by recruitment con-sultancy Robert Walters has anticipated just 1% growth in pay across Australia for 2014. New Zealand in comparison is ex-pected to notice growth of 3.58%.
Within Supply Chain and Logistics Robert Walters predicts wages to remain on average as they are. This has been at-tributed to the lack of job vacancies currently on offer, and the amount of people looking for transport and logistics positions.
While this is an overview of the entire industry, the specialist recruitment consultancy notes the likelihood of salary increas-es for those with category management skills, specialist cate-gory knowledge and stakeholder management experience, as related positions will be in demand.
The Managing Director of Robert Walters Australia on T&L noted that "with Australia no longer enjoying the constant in-flux of foreign labour it once enjoyed, companies will be fighting it out to find top-tier domestic employees."