Get the most comprehensive overview of salaries and hiring trends in your industry

For more than 20 years, employers and professionals alike have relied on the Robert Walters Salary Survey to help them make critical decisions for their businesses and careers.

The digital edition of the Robert Walters Salary Survey gives you easy access to all the salary and market trends you need to know — whether you're in the office, at home or on-the-go.

What's inside...

In addition to a comprehensive guide to salaries for hundreds of roles in 31 countries, our digital Salary Survey is packed with helpful tools and resources for hiring managers and job seekers alike, including the latest trends and analysis for your industry, as well as video updates on market conditions from our experts.

Hiring Trends

See what hiring trends look like for your industry in 2022

Salary Expectations

Explore what salaries top talent in your industry will be expecting

In-Demand Skill Sets

Learn what skill sets will help you get noticed by top employers

Salary Calculator

Get your personal salary forecast for 2022 and see salaries for similar roles

For employers

If you’re growing your team or simply need to retain the talent you have, the Salary Survey gives you the insights you need, to have the right team in place to keep your business moving forward.

For employees

Whether you’re looking for a new role or preparing for your end-of-year appraisal, the Salary Survey will arm you with everything you need to know to get what you deserve.

Our outlook for 2022 in Belgium

New projects, investments, acquisitions... With organisations quickly recovering from the recession, a war for talent is raging. Especially mid-level and senior finance professionals are hard to recruit. How do you ensure that talent joins your organisation? Offering a higher salary will unfortunately not be enough. Finance professionals currently have a lot of job opportunities and more than half of employers saw some of their top talent leaving in the past year. 

No less than 85% of employers are seriously concerned about the shortage of talent. They indicate that finding people with good knowledge of languages, with the right soft skills and specific technical skills are the main challenges. But don't let your exact wish list be a reason to reject a candidate.  Invest time and money in creating learning & development opportunities and look at the person in front of you: who are they, what drives them, and what do they want to learn? Where do you see potential?

A lack of career development opportunities proved to be the main reason why talent chose to leave their employer in the past year. It’s important to speak with your current employees, especially in those teams where you’re fighting skills shortages. Set up clear and individual career plans and offer the tools and resources your teams need to be successful. Giving your people the opportunity to develop, to change roles or transfer to another department will keep people loyal to your organisation.

Candidates find corporate responsibility increasingly important when choosing their new employer. Work on a sustainability policy and invest in a renewable and environmentally friendly office. Organise an annual volunteer or charity day to give your staff the opportunity to make a positive impact. Because nowadays, you don't attract talent by just offering a competitive salary.

Özlem Simsek
Managing Director, Belgium

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