Experience Pays Off For Senior Managers

Noah, Andy
December 2001
Logistics & Transport Focus;Dec2001, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p31
Trade Publication
This article presents results of a survey conducted by the BJD Group on the remuneration trends within the supply chain and logistics sectors in Great Britain for 2001. One of the main conclusions of the survey found that junior managers received an increase of over 13 percent across all functions in comparison to the previous year. More specifically, directors within purchasing and supply chain indicated remuneration up by about nine percent and senior managers in both purchasing and the supply chain showed increases of about 20 percent, both well above the average increase for all functions. Barrie Dowsett, managing director and a senior consultant at the BJD Group, concluded from the survey data that there seemed to be signs of an increasingly competitive market for young professionals, as companies endeavored to invest in their futures by attracting the best people, with increasing salaries.


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